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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28324235/neoascarophis-sinensis-n-sp-nematoda-cystidicolidae-a-parasite-of-conger-myriaster-brevoort-anguilliformes-congridae-in-chinese-waters
#1
Hui-Xia Chen, Lu-Ping Zhang, Xin Du, Liang Li
Neoascarophis sinensis n. sp. collected from the whitespotted conger Conger myriaster (Brevoort) (Anguilliformes: Congridae) in the Yellow and East China Seas, is described using both light and scanning electron microscopy. The new species is characterised mainly by the body size (8.5-10.5 mm in the males, 9.5-14.0 mm in the females), the location of the vulva (near equatorial region of the body), the non-bifurcate deirids, the lengths of the vestibule (40-50 µm in the males, 30-60 µm in the females) and glandular oesophagus (2...
March 21, 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28251477/three-species-of-heteromazocraes-mamaev-1981-monogenea-mazocraeidae-including-two-new-species-from-thryssa-spp-teleostei-engraulidae-off-visakhapatnam-coast-bay-of-bengal
#2
Bade Sailaja, Ummey Shameem, Rokkam Madhavi
Three species of Heteromazocraes Mamaev, 1981 including two new taxa are described from the gills of three species of engraulid fishes Thryssa mystax (Bloch & Schneider), T. setirostris (Broussonet) and T. malabarica (Bloch) collected from the coastal waters off Visakhapatnam, Bay of Bengal. Heteromazocraes thryssaensis n. sp. differs from the closely related H. dodecacantha Mamaev, 1981 in the shape of the body and ovary, the number of testes and the number and shape of the genital hooks. Heteromazocraes engrauliae n...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28238044/mayarhynchus-karlae-n-g-n-sp-acanthocephala-neoechinorhynchidae-a-parasite-of-cichlids-perciformes-cichlidae-in-southeastern-mexico-with-comments-on-the-paraphyly-of-neoechynorhynchus-stiles-hassall-1905
#3
Carlos D Pinacho-Pinacho, Jesús S Hernández-Orts, Ana L Sereno-Uribe, Gerardo Pérez-Ponce de León, Martín García-Varela
Mayarhynchus n. g. (Acanthocephala: Neoechinorhynchidae) is erected for Mayarhynchus karlae n. g, n. sp. described from the intestine of four species of cichlid fishes distributed from southeastern Mexico. The new genus placed in the family Neoechinorhynchidae (Ward, 1917) Van Cleave, 1928, is readily distinguished from the other 17 genera in the family by having a small proboscis armed with 45-46 relatively weak rooted hooks arranged in nine longitudinal rows of five hooks each. In addition, Mayarhynchus n...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28229261/revision-of-neolebouria-gibson-1976-digenea-opecoelidae-with-trilobovarium-n-g-for-species-infecting-tropical-and-subtropical-shallow-water-fishes
#4
Storm B Martin, Scott C Cutmore, Thomas H Cribb
A new opecoelid trematode is reported from fishes of the Lethrinidae, Lutjanidae and Nemipteridae off Lizard Island on the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. The new species keys to Neolebouria Gibson, 1976 and shows strong similarity to several species of that genus, but is not consistent with the type-species, N. georgiensis Gibson, 1976, or others known from temperate/polar and/or deep-sea fishes. The new species is also phylogenetically distant from N. lanceolata (Price, 1934) Reimer, 1987, the only representative of the genus for which molecular data are available...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28224263/a-new-species-of-centrorhynchus-l%C3%A3-he-1911-acanthocephala-centrorhynchidae-from-the-lizard-buzzard-kaupifalco-monogrammicus-temminck-aves-accipitridae-in-south-africa
#5
Lesley R Smales, Ali Halajian, Makubu P Mokgawa, Wilmien J Luus-Powell
Centrorhynchus sarehae n. sp. is described from the lizard buzzard Kaupifalco monogrammicus (Temminik) in Louis Trichardt City, Limpopo Province, South Africa. The new species can be distinguished from all other species of Centrorhynchus Lühe, 1911 except C. gendrei (Golvan, 1957) and C. mariauxi Smales, 2011 in having a dilated region in the posterior trunk of the female. Centrorhynchus sarehae differs from both these species in the characters of the proboscis armature, particularly the number of hooks per row and the lengths of the longest hooks...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28220284/untangling-convoluted-taxonomy-of-chambriella-rego-chubb-pavanelli-1999-cestoda-proteocephalidae-with-erection-of-riggenbachiella-n-g-and-the-description-of-a-new-species-from-pimelodid-catfishes-in-the-neotropical-region
#6
Philippe Vieira Alves, Alain de Chambrier, José Luis Luque, Tomáš Scholz
As part of a complex revision of proteocephalid cestodes parasitic in freshwater bony fishes of the Neotropical Region, the genus Chambriella Rego, Chubb & Pavanelli, 1999 is redefined based on detailed examination of type-specimens and newly collected material of both nominal species of the genus. This examination revealed that the type-species C. agostinhoi (Pavanelli & Santos, 1992) from Zungaro jahu (Ihering) (type-host) and Z. zungaro (Humboldt) is indistinguishable from Lenhataenia megacephala (Woodland, 1934) from Sorubimichthys planiceps (Spix & Agassiz) (all hosts Siluriformes: Pimelodidae), the type- and only species of the genus...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28220283/four-new-species-of-paradiscogaster-yamaguti-1934-digenea-faustulidae-from-batfishes-perciformes-ephippidae-on-the-great-barrier-reef-australia
#7
Pablo E Diaz, Scott C Cutmore, Thomas H Cribb
Examination of three species of batfishes (Teleostei: Epphippidae) from off Lizard and Heron Islands on the Great Barrier Reef led to the discovery of specimens of the trematode genus Paradiscogaster Yamaguti, 1934 (Digenea: Faustulidae). Morphological analysis demonstrated that the new specimens represented four morphotypes which we interpret to be new species: Paradiscogaster martini n. sp., P. vichovae n. sp. and P. brayi n. sp. from Platax orbicularis (Forsskål) and P. pinnatus (Linnaeus) off Lizard Island, and P...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28210960/first-description-of-the-male-and-redescription-of-the-female-of-ixodes-tapirus-kohls-1956-acari-ixodidae-a-parasite-of-tapirs-perissodactyla-tapiridae-from-the-mountains-of-colombia-costa-rica-and-panama
#8
Dmitry A Apanaskevich, Lillian G Domínguez, Sugeys S Torres, Juan A Bernal, Victor M Montenegro, Sergio E Bermúdez
The male of Ixodes tapirus Kohls, 1956 (Acari: Ixodidae) is described for the first time and the female is redescribed in greater detail. Adults of I. tapirus are similar to those of Ixodes guatemalensis Kohls, 1956, Ixodes lasallei Méndez & Ortiz, 1958, Ixodes montoyanus Cooley, 1944 and Ixodes venezuelensis Kohls, 1953 but can be distinguished by their overall size, the amount of sclerotisation of the conscutum and accessory plates, the shape of the scutum, the number of punctations and their pattern on the conscutum and scutum, the depth of the punctations on the basis capituli dorsally, the shape and size of the porose areas and the size and shape of the auriculae...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28190174/redescription-of-henneguya-chaudhuryi-bajpai-haldar-1982-myxosporea-myxobolidae-infecting-the-gills-of-the-freshwater-fish-channa-punctata-bloch-perciformes-channidae-in-india
#9
Anshu Chaudhary, Kálmán Molnár, Abhishek Gupta, Gábor Cech, Hridaya S Singh, Csaba Székely
During a survey of myxosporean parasites of freshwater fishes in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh (UP), India, spores of Henneguya chaudhuryi (Bajpai & Haldar, 1982) were found in the gill lamellae of the spotted snakehead fish Channa punctata (Bloch) (Perciformes: Channidae). This species was described lacking several characteristics in the original description, which makes challenging the accurate diagnosis. Here, we supplemented its description based on morphological, histological and molecular data. Plasmodia of H...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28188411/first-record-and-description-of-juvenile-stages-of-longidorus-artemisiae-rubtsova-chizhov-subbotin-1999-nematoda-longidoridae-in-poland-and-new-data-on-l-juglandicola-li%C3%A5-kov%C3%A3-robbins-brown-1997-based-on-topotype-specimens-from-slovakia
#10
Franciszek Wojciech Kornobis, Marek Renčo, Anna Filipiak
This paper presents the first geographical record of the needle nematode Longidorus artemisiae Rubtsova, Chizhov & Subbotin, 1999 outside Russia. This species was found in Poland near the city of Skierniewice in association with nettle (Urtica dioica L.). Morphometric and morphological data are provided, including the first description of juveniles of this species. Nematodes of the Polish population differ from the type-population in Russia in possessing a thicker body (lower 'a' index) in both sexes; males having a longer body and longer spicules; different sex ratio (1:2 in Polish population vs 1:1 in the type-population) and somewhat less expanded lips...
March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28185162/editorial
#11
EDITORIAL
Aneta Kostadinova
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March 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130677/sarcocystis-menglaensis-n-sp-apicomplexa-sarcocystidae-from-williamson-s-mouse-deer-tuagulus-williamsoni-kloss-artiodactyla-tragulidae
#12
Jun-Jie Hu, Hong-Liang Li, Si Huang, Ming-Yong Chen, Gerald W Esch, Zhao-Qing Yang, Jing-Ling Song
Williamson's mouse deer, Tuagulus williamsoni (Kloss), is one of the smallest ungulates among tragulid species found in northern Thailand, and Yunnan Province, China. Here we describe Sarcocystis menglaensis n. sp., infecting two of 14 (14.3%) Williamson's mouse deer from south-western China. By light microscopy, sarcocysts of S. menglaensis are microscopic, up to 2,170 μm in length, and have a striated sarcocyst wall with 1.5-3.6 μm long palisade-like protrusions. Transmission electron microscopy observations revealed that sarcocyst wall is of "type 10f", and has numerous villar protrusions folded over the cyst wall...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130676/a-new-eimerian-apicomplexa-eimeriidae-from-ornate-box-turtle-terrapene-ornata-agassiz-testudines-emydidae-from-northwest-arkansas-usa
#13
Chris T McAllister, Dagmara Motriuk-Smith, Catherine M Kerr, Kristine N Carmen, R Scott Seville, Matthew B Connior
A new species of Eimeria Schneider, 1875 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) collected from an ornate box turtle, Terrapene ornata (Agassiz) from Arkansas, USA, is described. Oöcysts of Eimeria doddi n. sp. are ovoidal to ellipsoidal with a smooth, light to darker brown, bi-layered wall, measure 21.1 × 14.0 µm, and have a length/width (L/W) ratio of 1.5; both micropyle and oöcyst residuum are absent, but a polar granule is present. Sporocysts are ellipsoidal, 9.9 × 6.1 µm, L/W 1.6; the Stieda body is present, but the sub-Stieda and para-Stieda bodies are absent and the sporocyst residuum is composed of small granules in a cluster...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130675/morphological-and-molecular-study-of-longicollum-pagrosomi-yamaguti-1935-acanthocephala-pomphorhynchidae-from-the-barred-knifejaw-oplegnathus-fasciatus-temminck-schlegel-perciformes-oplegnathidae-in-the-east-china-sea
#14
Liang Li, Yue Yang, Lu-Ping Zhang
Longicollum pagrosomi Yamaguti, 1935 (Acanthocephala: Pomphorhynchidae) collected from the barred knifejaw Oplegnathus fasciatus (Temminck & Schlegel) (Perciformes: Oplegnathidae) in the East China Sea (off Zhoushan Islands) was studied using light and scanning electron microscopy. The SEM observations revealed for the first time the presence of about 28 well-developed sensory papillae arranged in a circle on the copulatory bursa. In addition, L. pagrosomi was characterised using molecular methods by sequencing of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) of the ribosomal DNA based on the newly collected material...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130674/two-new-feather-mites-of-the-genus-proctophyllodes-robin-1868-acari-proctophyllodidae-from-european-passerines-aves-passeriformes
#15
Sergey V Mironov
Two new species of the feather mite genus Proctophyllodes Robin, 1868 (Analgoidea: Proctophyllodidae) are described from two passerine birds (Passeriformes) in Europe: Proctophyllodes markovetsi n. sp. from the tawny pipit Anthus campestris (L.) (Motacillidae) and P. loxiae n. sp. from the red crossbill Loxia curvirostra (L.) (Fringillidae). Males of P. markovetsi are most clearly distinguished from the closely related P. tchagrae Atyeo & Braasch, 1966 by having greater terminal lamellae (30-40 × 20-25 µm), the tips of genital arch curved medially, and the corolla of the anal sucker with 14-15 denticles; females of this species are characterised by the terminal appendages distinctly longer than the lobar region width...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130673/a-new-commensal-ostracod-asterositus-ohtsukai-n-g-n-sp-paradoxostomatidae-on-the-sea-star-sclerasterias-euplecta-fisher-asteriidae-and-its-feeding-habits
#16
Hayato Tanaka, Mikihito Arai
A new commensal ostracod Asterositus ohtsukai n. g., n. sp. (Podocopida: Cytheroidea: Paradoxostomatidae) is described. This new taxon occurs on the ambulacral grooves and wreath of pedicellariae around superomarginal spines of the sea star Sclerasterias euplecta (Fisher) (Asteroidea: Forcipulatida: Asteriidae). Although the family Paradoxostomatidae Brady & Norman, 1889 contains four ectoparasitic or commensal genera, the association with asteroideans has never hitherto been reported. Morphological observations suggested that A...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130672/a-new-species-of-hamaticolax-ho-lin-2006-copepoda-bomolochidae-from-deep-water-macrourids-in-the-mediterranean
#17
David Pérez-I-García, Maite Carrassón, Geoffrey Allan Boxshall
Hamaticolax resupinus n. sp. is described from specimens collected from the gill cavities of Coelorinchus mediterraneus Iwamoto & Ungaro and Coryphaenoides mediterraneus (Giglioli) (Gadiformes: Macrouridae) caught in the Western Mediterranean Sea at depths between 1,236 and 1,626 m. Hamaticolax resupinus n. sp. closely resembles H. maleus Oldewage, 1994, but differs from the latter by its smaller body size and in having a genital double-somite in the female that is markedly wider than the free abdominal somites and has strongly convex lateral margins...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130671/a-new-species-of-pseudopandarus-kirtisinghe-1950-copepoda-siphonostomatoida-pandaridae-from-sharks-of-the-genus-squalus-l-in-new-caledonian-waters
#18
James P Bernot, Geoffrey A Boxshall
Both sexes of a new species of pandarid copepod are described from sharks of the genus Squalus L. (Squaliformes: Squalidae). Specimens of Pseudopandarus cairae n. sp. were collected from Squalus bucephalus Last, Séret & Pogonoski and S. melanurus Fourmanoir & Rivaton in New Caledonian waters, the first parasitic copepod to be described from either host species. This is the eighth nominal species of Pseudopandarus Kirtisinghe, 1950 and the first to be described from a shark of the order Squaliformes. Pseudopandarus cairae n...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130670/two-new-species-of-poecilostomatoid-copepods-symbiotic-on-the-venomous-echinoid-toxopneustes-pileolus-lamarck-echinodermata-from-vietnam
#19
Balu Alagar Venmathi Maran, Il-Hoi Kim, Olga A Bratova, Viatcheslav N Ivanenko
Two new coexisting species of crustacean copepods (Poecilostomatoida) belonging to the echinoid-specific genera Mecomerinx Humes, 1977 (Pseudanthessiidae) and Clavisodalis Humes, 1970 (Taeniacanthidae) found associated with the venomous flower urchin Toxopneustes pileolus (Lamarck) (Echinodermata: Echinoidea: Toxopneustidae) in the South China Sea (Vietnam) are described. The diagnostic features of Mecomerinx ohtsukai n. sp. are: (i) three setae and one aesthetasc on the first segment of antennules; (ii) relatively long caudal ramus; (iii) elongated terminal segment of the antenna; and (iv) two claws on the terminal segment of antenna slightly unequal in length...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28130669/description-of-acuaria-europaea-n-sp-spirurida-acuariidae-from-dendrocopos-syriacus-hemprich-ehrenberg-and-oriolus-oriolus-l-aves-in-europe-with-results-of-re-examination-of-related-european-species-of-acuaria-bremser-1811
#20
Yasen Mutafchiev, Jean Mariaux, Boyko B Georgiev
Acuaria europaea n. sp. is described from one Dendrocopos syriacus (Hemprich & Ehrenberg) (Piciformes: Picidae) (type-host) and three Oriolus oriolus (L.) (Passeriformes: Oriolidae) in Bulgaria (type-locality) and France. The new species is characterised by cordons extending slightly beyond the level of the anterior end of the glandular oesophagus, left spicule 297 µm long, right spicule 155 µm long, protruding vulvar region and strongly ventrally curved female tail. The male (holotype) and the female (allotype) of A...
February 2017: Systematic Parasitology
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