Molecular prospecting for European Diplostomum
(Digenea: Diplostomidae) reveals cryptic diversity.
salmoides del Lago de Patzcuaro, Michoacan y describen a Crepidostomum cornutum (Osborn, 1903); Clinostomum complanatum (Rudolphi, 1814) y Diplostomum
Evidence of enhanced bacterial invasion during Diplostomum
spathaceum infection in European grayling, Thymallus thymallus L.
KENNEDY (1981) explains the parasitism by Diplostomum
spathaceum (Rudolphi, 1819), one diplostomidae eyes parasite of several fish species, can cause the formation of cataracts on the lenses ("white eye"), and there is often no other pathology associated, so these fishes can acumulate the metacercariae in the eyes throughout many seasonal periods.
This observation conforms with that of Diplostomum
gasterostei in Orthopristis ruber where the variation in infection were largely due to changes in age and size offish [5, 6, 25].
The first Diplostomum
type I was found in the eyes and does not conform to the species in the present study.
clavata does not cause injury to the fish host differently from Diplostomum
Metacercariae of the digenean trematode Diplostomum
are common parasites of wild and cultured fish in temperate and tropical climates (1).
sclerosus DIGENEA Clinostomum complamatum Fish farm (RS) Diplostomum
Prevalencia, sazonalidade e intensidade de infeccao por Diplostomum
(Austrodiplostomum) compactum Lutz, 1928 (Digenea, Diplostomidae), em peixes do reservatorio de Volta Grande, Estado de Minas Gerais, Brasil.
rhombifer Mouth Parker, 1941 Diclybothrium Polyodon Intestine Bangham & hamulatus spathula Venard, 1942 Diplostomum
Didelphis Intestine Byrd et al.
Purification and characterization of a saccharide-binding protein from penetration glands of Diplostomum
pseudospathaceum: a bifunctional molecule with cysteine protease activity.