TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE PREVALENCE OF PARASITES IN TWO OREGON ESTUARY–DWELLING FISHES

@inproceedings{Olson2004TEMPORALCI,
  title={TEMPORAL CHANGES IN THE PREVALENCE OF PARASITES IN TWO OREGON ESTUARY–DWELLING FISHES},
  author={Robert E. Olson and John. Pierce and Kym C. Jacobson and Eugene M. Burreson},
  booktitle={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={2004}
}
The parasite faunas of juvenile English sole (Parophrys vetulus) in 1971–1972 and staghorn sculpin (Leptocottus armatus) in 1971 from Yaquina Bay, Oregon, were compared with faunas found in the same estuary in 1997–2000 (English sole) and 1999–2000 (staghorn sculpin). The 7 most commonly occurring parasites in 1971 were compared with the same species observed during the same month and sampling sites in 1997–2000. Multivariate community analysis of juvenile English sole parasites supported the… 
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