SEASONAL POPULATION INTERACTIONS OF ACANTHOCEPHALUS DIRUS (VAN CLEAVE 1931) IN THE CREEK CHUB, SEMOTILUS ATROMACULATUS, AND ISOPOD, ASELLUS INTERMEDIUS

@inproceedings{Camp1980SEASONALPI,
  title={SEASONAL POPULATION INTERACTIONS OF ACANTHOCEPHALUS DIRUS (VAN CLEAVE 1931) IN THE CREEK CHUB, SEMOTILUS ATROMACULATUS, AND ISOPOD, ASELLUS INTERMEDIUS},
  author={Joseph W. Camp and Harry W. Huizinga},
  year={1980}
}
  • Joseph W. Camp, Harry W. Huizinga
  • Published 1980
  • Biology
  • The seasonal population interactions of adult and larval Acanthocephalus dirus were studied in the creek chub, Semotilus atromaculatus, green sunfish, Lepomis cyanellus, and the isopod, Asellus intermedius, from a central Illinois stream. The prevalence of adult and larval parasites fluctuated sea- sonally in both the creek chub and isopod hosts. Small sample sizes prevented analysis of seasonal trends for green sunfish. The monthly adult worm prevalences in chubs lagged about 2 mo behind… CONTINUE READING

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