5 Trematode 0 -- 3 -- sporocysts -- -- -- -- Trematode 5 -- 0 -- metacercaria -- -- -- -- Gill turbellarian * -- -- 8 -- Hemocyte infiltration 88 2.
The results showed the presence of rickettsiales-like organisms (RLO) in the epithelium of the digestive gland, ciliates, and unidentified coccidia in gills, a meront-like cell in one digestive gland, digenean trematode sporocysts in gonads, metacercariae embedded in the foot, and turbellarians in gills.
In fact, recent in vitro experiments carried out in our laboratory have demonstrated that some reproduction parameters and survival of the turbellarian can be greatly affected by water temperature and salinity as well as the presence of certain xenobiotic substances (Crespo Gonzfilez et al.
The turbellarian Urastoma cyprinae from edible mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis and Mytilus californianus in Baja California, NW Mexico.
New data on the biology of the parasitic turbellarian Urastoma cyprinae.
Incidence of the turbellarian, Urastoma cyprinae, in the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.
The parasitic turbellarian Urastoma cyprinae (Platihelminthes: Urastomidae) from blue mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis in Spain: occurrence and pathology.
Turbellarians were then counted by separating the filaments with the aid of dissecting needles.
The parasitic turbellarian Urastoma cyprinae (Platyhelminthes: Urastomidae) from blue mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis in Spain: occurrence and pathology.
and some at Tarpon Bay were also infested with turbellarians and hydroid polyps.
Occurrence of symbiotic turbellarians in the oyster, Crassostrea virginica.