Corpus ID: 42999742

Two new species of the genus Goezia, G. brasiliensis sp. n. and G. brevicaeca sp. n. (Nematoda: Anisakidae), from freshwater fishes in Brazil.

  title={Two new species of the genus Goezia, G. brasiliensis sp. n. and G. brevicaeca sp. n. (Nematoda: Anisakidae), from freshwater fishes in Brazil.},
  author={F. Moravec and A. Kohn and B. Fernandes},
  journal={Folia parasitologica},
  volume={41 4},
Examination of freshwater fishes from the Paraná River in southern Brazil during March 1992, revealed the presence of two new, previously undescribed species of the genus Goezia: G. brasiliensis sp. n. is described from the stomach of Brycon hilarii (family Characidae) (type host) and the intestine of Pseudoplatystoma coruscans (Pimelodidae) and it is characterized mainly by the length (0.802 mm) of spicules, number and arrangement of male caudal papillae (10 pairs of preanals and 4 pairs of… Expand
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