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Digenetic Trematodes from fishes

Stephen Prudhoe

Digenetic Trematodes from fishes

by Stephen Prudhoe

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Published by University of Adelaide, Mawson Institute for Antarctic Research in Adelaide .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Stephen Prudhoe and Rodney A.Bray.
SeriesReports : Series B -- 8/10.
ContributionsBray, Rodney A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20853506M

The author (Manter, ) recently reported 82 species of digenetic trematodes from marine fishes of the tropical American Pacific, a region hitherto unexplored for such parasites. These trematodes proved to be generally different from those found in other parts of . PDF | Book details Madhavi R, Bray R: Digenetic Trematodes of Indian Marine Fishes. Springer; , pages. ISBN | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Some digenetic trematodes from fishes of shallow Tasmanian waters. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, , 5– ^ Shimazu, T. (). Trematodes of the genera Coitocaecum, Dimerosaccus and Opecoelus (Opecoelidae: Opecoelinae) from freshwater fishes of Japan. Digenetic trematodes, usually known as Digeneans, are the most diverse group of metazoan parasites of marine fishes.

The digenetic trematodes were the most commonly encountered parasites in Louisiana fishes* This included both the number of species and the number of individuals * Of the fish examined, or 61*3 per cent were infected with some species of digenetic trematode*. Digenetic trematodes (class Trematoda) often plague pond-reared fishes. Most digenetic trematodes are not a serious threat to fish health; however, their mere presence often renders the fish undesirable by consumers. The black grub (Uvulifer ambloplitis), white grub (Posthodiplostomum minimum), and yellow grub.


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Digenetic Trematodes from fishes by Stephen Prudhoe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction This book is the first to explore in detail the systematics and taxonomy of the digenean fauna of fish in Indian marine waters. It includes morphological descriptions of species in genera and 30 families.

The figures from the original publications are enhanced and made more attractive. The species accumulation curve for marine digenean trematodes (for which the present book covers a geographical and host-related subset) is progressing upwards rapidly, although Author: Thomas H.

Cribb. Springer, Jun 5, - Medical - pages 0 Reviews Digenetic trematodes constitute a major helminth group that parasitize humans and animals, and are a. : Studies on Digenetic Trematodes of Some Fishes of Karachi Coast (): Neelofer Shaukat, Prof Dr Bilqees Fm: BooksCited by: 1.

Digenetic trematodes of Philippine fishes. The increase in the number of species of parasites described makes accurate identification difficult for a number of people and the bringing together of descriptions of parasites of a particular group of hosts from a limited geographical region helps to overcome some of these by: The first book on Digenea of Indian Marine fishes Shows that any Digenean collected from Indian marine fish can be easily and precisely identified Provides detailed knowledge on the organization, classification, and phylogeny of digenetic trematodes.

Freshwater fishes offer a potential habitat to metacercariae of digenetic trematodes. Avian digenetic trematodes use fishes as secondary intermediate hosts to complete their life-cycles (Bullard and Overstreet ).

Digenetic trematodes constitute a major helminth group that parasitize human and animals and are a major cause of morbidity and mortality. The diseases caused by trematodes have been neglected for years, especially as compared with other parasitic diseases.

Introduction Digenetic trematodes constitute a major helminth group that parasitize human and animals and are a major cause of morbidity and mortality. The diseases caused by trematodes have been neglected for years, especially as compared with other parasitic diseases.

Trematodes (Flukes) Parasitic organisms known as Gyrodactylus and Dactylogyrtts are the trigger of flukes, which are extremely contagious. They lodge in the gills and under the skin causing the fish to swim about in a wild and jerky manner, suddenly coming to a stop with every appearance of exhaustion.

This book is a report of an extensive survey of trematodes from Hawaiian fishes. Most fishes were purchased at the Honolulu fish market. Of the digenean species collected, are considered to be new; the remaining 87 species are already known from Hawaiian waters and other localities.

20 new subfamilies and 48 new genera are erected. In addition, 4 new genera, Pseudopisthogonoporus. Fischthal, J. (): Some digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Israel’s Mediterranean coast and their zoogeography, especially those from Red Sea immigrant fishes.

Digenetic trematodes of Philippine fishes. Quezon City: Published for the National Research Council of the Philippines by the University of the Philippines Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carmen C Velasquez; National Research Council of the Philippines.

The trematodes are parasitic worms infecting all vertebrate groups and include families of significance to human and animal health. The first volume covers the subclass Aspidogastrea and order Strigeida, while the second and third volumes will cover the orders Echinostomida and Plagiorchiida.

Opecoelid trematodes of marine fishes of India - Volume 62 Issue 2 - M. Hafeezullah Book chapters will be unavailable on Saturday 24th August between 8ampm BST.

This is for essential maintenance which will provide improved performance going forwards. digenetic trematodes of fishes as indicators of the ecology, phylogeny and zoogeography of their hosts h. manter university of nebraska, lincoln (u.s.a.) The prevalence and diversity of trematodes of fishes, together with the fact that many of them have considerable host specificity, make them a favorable group for studies of host Author: Harold W.

Manter. Members of digenetic trematodes, including the fluke Renifer, are associated with ulcerative lung lesions and predispose reptiles to secondary bacterial infections. Infected turtles may be lethargic, exhibit abnormal swimming behavior, and may develop skin ulcers and edematous limbs (Johnson, ).

[28] Siddiqi, A. H., Cable, R. (): Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes of Puerto Rico. Sci. Surv. Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands, – [29] Sogandares-Bernal, F. (): Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from the Gulf of Panama and Bimini, British West Indies.

The trematodes or flukes are multicellular flatworms. length from less than 1 mm to several centimeters. The flukes of medical importance are all digenetic, reproducing sexually in a definitive vertebrate host and asexually in a snail intermediate host. Flukes have a variety of different life.

Request PDF | Digenetic Trematodes of Indian Marine Fishes | This book is the first to explore in detail the systematics and taxonomy of the digenean fauna of fish in Indian marine waters. It. The present paper deals with the digenetic trematodes collected from fishes.

Five hundred and thirtytwo fishes, including nearly one hundred different species, were examined. Approximately 80 per cent of the species and 43 per cent of the individuals harbored some kind of trematode. Meserve () records 22 species of Monogenea.Systema helminthum: Part I: Digenetic trematodes of fishes, [Yamaguti, Satyu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Systema helminthum: Part I: Digenetic trematodes of fishesAuthor: Satyu Yamaguti.Digenea (Gr. Dis – double, Genos – race) is a class of trematodes in the Platyhelminthes phylum, consisting of parasitic flatworms (known as flukes) with a syncytial tegument and, usually, two suckers, one ventral and one oral.