The trematode Skrjabinolecithum spasskii Belous, 1954 (Digenea: Haploporidae), a mullet parasite (Mugilidae) from Peter the great bay of the sea of Japan and from Vietnamese waters of the Gulf of Tonkin: Morphology and molecular data

@article{Besprozvannykh2015TheTS,
  title={The trematode Skrjabinolecithum spasskii Belous, 1954 (Digenea: Haploporidae), a mullet parasite (Mugilidae) from Peter the great bay of the sea of Japan and from Vietnamese waters of the Gulf of Tonkin: Morphology and molecular data},
  author={Vladimir V. Besprozvannykh and Dmitry M. Atopkin and Ha Duy Ngo and A. Yu. Beloded and Alexey V. Ermolenko and Nguyễn Văn Hạ and N. V. Tang},
  journal={Russian Journal of Marine Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={41},
  pages={286-294}
}
The trematode Skrjabinolecithum spasskii was described by Belous from a redlip mullet, Mugil soiuy (= Liza haematocheila), that was caught in the Razdolnaya (Suifun) River (in the southern Far East of Russia). In the description of the species the author noted that the adult S. spasskii had no pigment eye spots; it had a spherical testis and short caeca; the uterus contained eggs with miracidia devoid of an eye spot. We found adult worms of this species in the intestine of the redlip mullet… 

Morphometric and molecular analyses of Skrjabinolecithum pyriforme n. sp. (Digenea: Haploporidae) in mullet fish from the Primorsky Region, Russia

Results of molecular analysis confirmed that the new species found in the intestines of Liza haematocheila and Mugil cephalus belongs to Skrjabinolecithum on the basis of close relationships with S. spasskii-type species.

Morphometric and molecular analyses of two digenean species from the mullet: Skrjabinolecithum spinosum n. sp. from the Russian southern Far East and Unisaccus tonkini n. sp. from Vietnam

Bayesian phylogenetic analysis, based on combined data of internal transcribed spacer 2 (ITS2) and partial 28S rRNA gene sequences, confirmed the validity of S. spinosum n.

Morphometric and molecular analyses of Carassotrema koreanum Park 1938 and Elonginurus mugilus Lu 1995 (Digenea: Haploporidae) Srivastava, 1937 from the Russian Far East and Vietnam

Phylogenetic analysis based on combined ITS2 ribosomal DNA (rDNA) and 28S rRNA indicated that C. koreanum and E. mugilus belong to the subfamily Waretrematinae and are closely related to the genera Skrjabinolecithum and Parasaccocoelium, respectively.

First rDNA sequence data for Haplosplanchnus pachysomus (Digenea: Haplosplanchnidae) ex Mugil cephalus from the Black Sea, and molecular evidence for cryptic species within Haplosplanchnus pachysomus (Digenea: Haplosplanchnidae) in Palaearctic and Indo-West Pacific regions

The results indicate that H. pachysomus from Spain and the Black Sea and from Vietnam and Australia can presently be considered as two cryptic species, one in Palaearctic and one in Indo-West Pacific regions.

Population genetic analysis of trematode Parasaccocoelium mugili Zhukov, 1971 (Haploporidae Nicoll, 1914) from the Russian Far East and Vietnam based on ribosomal ITS and mitochondrial COI gene partial sequence data

Molecular identification of Parasaccocoelium mugili from the Kievka River, Primorye and from Vietnam was performed by analysis of 28S rDNA sequences, and mitochondrial COI gene sequence data analysis revealed fixed nucleotide and amino acid substitutions and supported the existence of two genetically different groups associated with geographical origin.

Trematode diversity in freshwater fishes of the Globe II: ‘New World’

A better understanding of trematode diversity and biology will also depend on strategic sampling throughout the Americas, as well as the paucity of known life-cycles.

Trematode diversity in freshwater fishes of the Globe I: ‘Old World’

The trematode fauna of freshwater fishes of the ‘Old World’, a vast area consisting of the Palaearctic, Ethiopian, Oriental and Australasian zoogeographical regions, is reviewed, continent by continent, to represent the existence of cryptic species and considerable decrease of experts in taxonomy and life-cycles of trematodes.

Phylogenetic position of the family Orientocreadiidae within the superfamily Plagiorchioidea (Trematoda) based on partial 28S rDNA sequence

The phylogenetic position of this family is inferred based on the partial 28S rDNA sequence from a representative of the genus Orientocreadium, which placed the Orientoc readiidae within a clade corresponding to the superfamily Plagiorchioidea and supported the family Leptophallidae as a sister taxon.

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