タグアーカイブ: parasitic

甲殻類

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Mothocya parvostis or Mothocya sajori ?: cymothoid (Isopoda) parasitic on Japanese halfbeak, Hyporhamphus sajori, in Hiroshima Bay, the Seto Inland Sea, Japan (Kazuya Nagasawa)

Five ovigerous females and five males of cymothoid isopod were collected from the branchial cavity o…
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047-010

Mothocya parvostis (Isopoda: Cymothoidae) parasitic on Japanese halfbeak, Hyporhamphus sajori, in the central Seto Inland Sea, Japan, with a brief summary of the hosts, geographical distribution, and pathogenic effects of the isopod (Kazuya Nagasawa)

Two females and two males of the cymothoid iso- pod Mothocya parvostis Bruce, 1986 were found on two…
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046-093

The cymothoid isopod Nerocila phaiopleura parasitic on gnomefish, Scombrops boops, in coastal Pacific waters of central Japan, with an updated list of the hosts reported from Japan (Kazuya Nagasawa and Susumu Isozaki)

Nerocila phaiopleura Bleeker, 1857 was collected from the body surface of gnomefish, Scombrops boops…
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046-028

Lernanthropus chrysophrys (Copepoda: Lernanthropidae) parasitic on a blackhead seabream, Acanthopagrus schlegelii (Sparidae), in Suruga Bay, central Japan, with a comment on the geographical distribution of the copepod in the Indo-West Pacific region (Kazuya Nagasawa and Masanori Kawazu)

An adult female of Lernanthropus chrysophrys Shishido, 1898 was collected from the gill filament of …
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046-015

Nerocila japonica (Isopoda: Cymothoidae) parasitic on a Japanese seabass, Lateolabrax japonicus (Lateolabracidae), from the Pacific coast of central Japan, with a review of the geographical distribution of the isopod in Japan and East Asia (Kazuya Nagasawa and Atsushi Tawa)

An ovigerous female of Nerocila japonica Schioedte and Meinert, 1881, was found to parasitize the pe…
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045-027

Brachiella thynni (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) parasitic on wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri, from off Japan, with an observation of its infection in the pectoral-fin axil of the host (Kazuya Nagasawa, Takuya Sato and Kei Okamoto)

The lernaeopodid copepod Brachiella thynni Cuvier, 1830 is reported based on two ovigerous females f…
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