Uncharted digenean diversity in Lake Tanganyika: cryptogonimids (Digenea: Cryptogonimidae) infecting endemic lates perches (Actinopterygii: Latidae)

@article{Kmentov2020UnchartedDD,
  title={Uncharted digenean diversity in Lake Tanganyika: cryptogonimids (Digenea: Cryptogonimidae) infecting endemic lates perches (Actinopterygii: Latidae)},
  author={Nikol Kmentov{\'a} and Rodney A. Bray and Stephan Koblm{\"u}ller and Tom J. Artois and Els L R De Keyzer and Milan Gelnar and Maarten P. M. Vanhove and Simona Georgieva},
  journal={Parasites \& Vectors},
  year={2020},
  volume={13}
}
Background Lake Tanganyika is considered a biodiversity hotspot with exceptional species richness and level of endemism. Given the global importance of the lake in the field of evolutionary biology, the understudied status of its parasite fauna is surprising with a single digenean species reported to date. Although the most famous group within the lake’s fish fauna are cichlids, the pelagic zone is occupied mainly by endemic species of clupeids (Actinopterygii: Clupeidae) and lates perches… 
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