Cestoda


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Current study investigates the main molecular markers in phylogenetic studies on Monogenea, Digenea and Cestoda fish parasites to support future phylogenetic studies with molecular markers in Ichthyoparasitology and related areas.
Cestoda from Lake Fishes in Wisconsin: The ecology of Proteocephalus ambloplitis and Haplobothrium globuliforme in bass and bowfin.
one species of Digenea (72 Allocreadium isoporom), two species of Cestoda (5 Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, 3 Caryophylleous laticeps), two species of Nematoda (46 Rhabdochona denudata, 7 Contracaecum sp.
a) Parasite/commensal species Habitat CNHE Cestoda Proteocephalidea genus Intestine 7774 species, P * Nematoda Aplectana species, A * Cloaca, intestine 5687-5689 Cosmocercella diaglenae, A ** Cloaca, intestine 5690-5692 Parapharyngodon chamelensis, Intestine 5693-5696, 8669 A ** Physalopteroides bahamensis, Stomach 5697-5698 A * ** Annelida Dero (Allodero) species, Ureters, oviduct 5699, 8500 J* ** Colima Site 1 Colima Site 2 (n = 5) (b) (n = 11) (c) Parasite/commensal species % MA % MA Cestoda Proteocephalidea genus -- (e) -- -- -- species, P * Nematoda Aplectana species, A * 40 1.
Later chapters are divided into sections on infections caused by protozoa, nematode, trematoda, and cestoda.
We also recorded several types of prey not previously recorded for torrent salamanders, including Platyhelminthes worms (possibly including intestinal Cestoda or Trematoda parasites, but also Planariid prey), Acari, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpionida, Chilopoda, Hemiptera, and Isopoda.
Dipylidium caninum belongs to the class Cestoda and the order Cyclophyllidea.
spinifera Arterial Byrd, 1939 System Cestoda Atriotaenia Procyon lotor Intestine Bafundo.
Para la determinacion de las larvas de cestoda se hizo de acuerdo a Joyeux & Baer (1936), Dollfus (1942), Yamaguti (1959), Stunkard (1977), Gaevskaya (1977), Palm (1995), Scholz et al.
1994) reported three groups of gastrointestinal helminthes (including Cestoda, Hymenolepididae as well as Nemata) from two Sorexspecies in Finnish Lapland.
The Cestoda, or tapeworms, are intestinal parasites in vertebrates.
Os resultados obtidos indicam que os monogêneas foram 100% prevalentes e, entre os endohelmintos, alta prevalência de cestoda e nematoda, 91,18 e 58,82%, respectivamente, na amostra analisada (Figura 1).
Cestoda Hymenolypis nana Crustacea None Acanthocephala Acanthocephalus sp.