Nematodes of fishes in Czechoslovakia. by Moravec, FrantisМЊek. Download PDF EPUB FB2
Moravec recovered 32 nematode species representing 12 families from 1, fish caught in Czechoslovakia and from fish caught in Hungary. The fish, representing 50 species and subspecies, were collected at various localities. Each nematode species is briefly described (and most are illustrated) with information on habitat, hosts, distribution and by: Translated from the Czech.
Description: pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Preface. Introduction. Methods of Study of Fish Nematodes. Morphology and Taxonomy of Fish Nematodes. Bionomy of Fish Nematodes. Pathogenicity of Nematodes Parasitizing Freshwater Fishes. Journal of Fish Biology Volume 2, Issue 4.
On the life history of the nematode Raphidascaris acus (Bloch, ) in the natural environment of the River Bystřice, Czechoslovakia F. Moravec.
Institute of Parasitology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czechoslovakia. Search Cited by: The literature on the nematodes of fishes in the neotropics is widely scattered and Dr. Moravec brings it together nicely in this volume.
In his introduction, he points out that significant ecosystems in the region are threatened by human activities and it is important to. In this way, the author assesses in detail 78 nematode species from fish, l5 from amphibians and 22 from reptiles.
Consequently, the above conception, based on Moravec’s () originally modified classification system of capil-lariids, is used in the present book. The text of the book is supplemented with a parasite-host list containing About this book Parasitic nematodes (Nematoda) represent an important group of fish parasites.
Many species are highly pathogenic, often causing serious diseases or even death to their fish hosts. This monograph is the first to deal in detail with all nematodes parasitizing European freshwater fishes. It is based principally on the author's own material. The monograph is intended to provide basic data on fish nematodes, and includes keys for identification to species, diagnoses of higher taxa, and descriptions and figures of all species parasitic in European fishes as adults or larvae.
Eustrongylid nematodes can affect a number of different species, including yellow perch, pumpkinseed, mummichug, guppies, gar, danios, and angelfish. Affected fish typically have bloated abdomens (dropsy), as the nematodes frequently migrate into the body cavity from the gut and can be quite large.
Over the years, I have had to deal with nasty Camallanus worms several times in newly purchased fish. My article ‘Treating Fish for Camallanus and Other Nematodes’ contains step-by-step instructions for preparing a Fenbendazole-containing fishfood that successfully rid my tanks and fish of these intestinal parasites.
I have also described treatment using Levamisole HCl, another highly. Many species of nematodes are ‘free-living’, living in soil, sea and freshwater.
These feed on bacteria, fungi, protozoans and even other nematodes, and play a very important role in nutrient cycling and release of nutrients for plant growth.
Other nematodes attack insects, and help to control insect pests. Reviewing the literature on all the nematodes parasitizing 45 species of freshwater and marine fishes of Basrah province (eight elasmobranchs and 37 teleosts) indicated the presence of 48 nematode.
Parasitic Nematodes of Freshwater Fishes of Africa list includes about papers. This book is intended primarily for parasitologists, biologists, veterinarians, workers in fisheries and university students, although it will also be of interest to ichthyologists, museum curators and those engaged in nature conservation.
Karve J. N., Naik G. Some parasitic nematodes of fishes – II. Journal of the University of Bombay, New Series, 19, 1– Ko R. A preliminary review of Ascarophis (Nematoda) of fishes. Occasional Publications of the Department of Zoology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, pp.
Nematodes from fishes of Balochistan are described here. This is the first report on the nematodes of fishes of Balochistan. Twenty four species of genus Rhabdochona Railliet, have been indentified based on morphometric variations in the important diagnostic features such as number of prostomal teeth, shape and size of spicules, number and position of caudal papillae in males and.
About this book. Language: English. The present monograph is the first one dealing in detail with all trichinelloid nematodes parasiting poikilotherm hosts (fishes, amphibians and reptiles), covering the families Trichinellidae, Capillariidae, Trichosomoididae, Cystoopsidae and Dioctowittidae. Spoilage of fish products by marine nematode larvae.
Nematode larvae in fish fillets may lead to rejection by consumers due to the unattractive appearance of the product. Therefore considerable efforts are being made to detect and remove larval nematodes from fish products (Moller and Anders, ).
Moravec F. Parasitic Nematodes of freshwater fishes of Europe. Acad. Sci. Czech Repub. Pp (). Morris A.V. C.M. Roberts and J.P. Hawkins The threatened status of groupers (Epinephelinae). Biodiversity and Conservation 9(7): ().
Nadia M. Studies on the round worms and cestodes of fresh water fishes.  Moravec F. Observations on the occurrence and maturation of the nematode Rhabdochona denudata (Dujardin, ) in chub, Leuciscus cephalus (L.), of the Rokytná River, Czechoslovakia.
Parassitologia, 31, 25–  Moravec F. Nematodes of freshwater fishes of Europe. Moravec, F. () Nematodes of fishes in Czechoslovakia. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Academiae Scientiarum Bohemoslovacae Brno 5, 1– Moravec, F.
() Parasitic nematodes of freshwater fishes of Europe. Prague and Dordrecht, Academia and Kluwer Academic Publishers.
InMoravec published a page book, Parasitic nematodes of freshwater fishes of Europe, which was considered a major contribution to the study of fish parasites.
InScholz reported that Moravec had already published nearly papers — the number is now higher thanincluding eleven books.
Nematodes of Freshwater Fishes of the Neotropical Region By Frantisek Moravec December Academia ISBN: pages, illustrated $ hardcover.
The present book represents the first monographical elaboration of fish nematodes of the Neotropical zoogeographical region including whole South and Central America, southern Mexico.
1. Introduction. Nematodes of the genus Rhabdochona Railliet, (Spirurida: Thelazioidea: Rhabdochonidae) are parasites that are found in the digestive tracts of freshwater fishes. The best-known documented rhabdochonid life cycles are those of R.
phoxini and R. are ingested by the intermediate hosts (nymphs of mayfly) and subsequently hatch; the toothed larvae. Respiratory organs are gills, book gills, book lungs, trachea. Open type circulation is seen. Sense organs are present.
Fertilization is internal, e.g., Limulus and insects. Question Write the general characters of the phylum mollusca. Answer: Molluscs are terrestrial or aquatic with organ system level of organisation.
Eustrongylides Eustrongylides is a nematode that uses fish as its intermediate host. The definitive host is a wading bird, a common visitor to ponds. The worm encysts in the peritoneum or muscle of the fish and appears to cause little damage.
Because of the large size of the worms (Figure), infected fish may appear unsuitable for retail sales. The Biology of Nematodes synthesizes knowledge of the biology of free-living, plant-parasitic, and animal-parasitic nematodes. Contributed works by recognized researchers apply groundbreaking molecular techniques, many of which resulted from work on Caenorhabditis elegans, toward new approaches to the study of nematode worms.
Topics covered include: ̈ Systematics and Reviews: 1. FA Common Freshwater Fish Parasites Pictorial Guide: Nematodes1 Deborah B. Pouder, Eric W. Curtis, and Roy P.E. Yanong2 1. This document is FA, one of a series of the School of Forest Resources and Conservation, Program in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, UF/IFAS.
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Amino acid spectra of two nematode species (Nematoda: Dracunculoidea) parasitizing fishes in the Czech Republic Article (PDF Available) in Helminthologia 35(1) March with 18 Reads. 1. Introduction. Nematodes, which are typically considered a phylum, represent an extremely species-rich group.
However, from the morphological perspective, they constitute a trait-poor group due to a life-style that seems to preclude appendage evolution and cephalisation in both free-living and parasitic species (Blaxter, ).The current nematode taxonomy is thus primarily based on the.
contract, the stylet protrudes, and the nematode can take in plant material through the stylet, inject secretions, or both. Although some ectoparasitic nematodes, such as needle nematode, can be devastating to crop plants (Figure ), the endoparasitic types are generally much more damag-ing in terms of economic losses.
Endoparasitic nematodes. A checklist of the parasitic nematodes of Chinese marine fishes is presented. This fauna comprises 90 species, representing 31 genera, 13 families, nine superfamilies, three orders and two subclasses. Additional details for each species include the hosts, localities and references which represent the source of these data.Introduction.
Gonad-infecting species of philometrid nematodes (Philometridae) are widely distributed in marine fishes of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans, and sometimes occur in brackish-water environments [21, 26].These parasites may be severely pathogenic in fish ovaries and can affect reproduction .The species identification of these parasites, previously mostly based on the.All fish carry pathogens and y this is at some cost to the fish.
If the cost is sufficiently high, then the impacts can be characterised as a r disease in fish is not understood well. What is known about fish disease often relates to aquaria fish, and more recently, to farmed fish.
Disease is a prime agent affecting fish mortality, especially when fish are young.