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Simultaneous Multiple Parasitic Crustacean Infestation on Banded Needlefish, Strongylura leiura (Belonidae) from the Malabar Coast, India

@inproceedings{Aneesh2013SimultaneousMP,
  title={Simultaneous Multiple Parasitic Crustacean Infestation on Banded Needlefish, Strongylura leiura (Belonidae) from the Malabar Coast, India},
  author={Panakkool Thamban Aneesh and Kappalli Sudha and Ameri Kottarathil Helna and Keethadath Arshad and Gopinathan Anilkumar and Jean Paul Trilles and Post Graduate},
  year={2013}
}
The simultaneous multiple infestation by parasitic crustacean species involving a cymothoid isopod, Mothocya renardi (Bleeker 1857) and three copepods such as Lernanthropus tylosuri Richiardi 1880, Caligodes lacinatus Heller 1868 and Bomolochus bellones Burmeister 1833 was frequently observed on Banded needlefish, Strongylura leiura (Belonidae) captured from the Malabar Coast. 130 of 132 fish specimens (S. leiura) collected from January 2011 to February 2012, were hyperinfested by 698 parasitic… 

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