Crepidostomum

Crepidostomum

digenetic trematode parasite of salmonid and other fish. The genus is a member of the family Allocreadiidae.
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nuchalis, and in hosts from Brazil, it was reported only infection by Cucullanus brevispuculus (Moravec, Kohn, & Fernandes, 1997); in Argentina, by Crepidostomum macrorchis (Hamann, 1988; Chemes & Takemoto, 2011); in Paraguay, by Ichthyobodo sp.
salmoides del Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan y describen a Crepidostomum cornutum (Osborn, 1903); Clinostomum complanatum (Rudolphi, 1814) y Diplostomum sp.
was found in the aqueous humor and lens of the eye in both fish species, while Crepidostomum cooperi was observed in the digestive tract and Bothriocephalus sp.
On the bionomics of Crepidostomum meteoecus and Crepidostomum farionis (Muller, 1784) (Trematoda: Allocreadidae).
Digenea: Allocreadiidae), from the banded astyanax, Astyanax fasciatus (Characiformes: Characidae), from Nicaragua, with a reevaluation of neotropical Crepidostomum spp.
Adult trematodes (Digenea) from lake fishes of Southwestern Wisconsin, with a key to species of the genus Crepidostomum Braun, 1900 in North America.
Leuckart, Crepidostomum auriculatum (Wedl), Skrjabinopsolus manteri (Cable), Capillospirura pseudoargumentosa (Appy and Dadswell) and Truttaedacnitis clitellarius (Ward and Magath), and were recovered in both sampling periods.
USNM 85720), Crepidostomum auriculatum (USNM 85721), Skrjabinopsolus manteri (USNM 85722), Capillospirura pseudoargumentosa (USNM 85723) and Truttaedacnitis clitellarius (USNM 85724).
For example, helminth communities from lake sturgeon of Hudson Bay drainage (Choudhury and Dick, 1993) were dominated by Crepidostomum auriculatum and Spinitectus acipenseri Choudhury and Dick, while chironomids, ephemeropterans (mainly Hexagenia sp.