Hymenostomatida

Hymenostomatida

[¦hī·mə·nō·stō′mad·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of ciliated protozoans in the subclass Holotrichia having fairly uniform ciliation and a definite buccal ciliature.
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sp., a marine facultative parasite in the ciliate Order Hymenostomatida. J.
This was due to the occurrence of species of Hymenostomatida, Heterotrichida, Hypotrichida and Peritrichida only in this portion of the water column, once these orders are greatly made up by littoral and benthic species (BERGER; FOISSNER, 2003).
X sp.15 Lagynophrya acuminata X X X X (Kahl, 1935) sp.18 Mesodinium pulex (Claparede & Lachmann, 1859) X X X X Heterotrichida sp.27 Spirostomum teres (Claparede & Lachmann, 1858) X sp.28 Stentor roeselii X (Ehrenberg, 1835) Hymenostomatida sp.20 Paramecium aurelia X (Muller, 1773) sp.29 Stokesia vernalis X X (Wenrich, 1929) sp.31 Urocentrum turbo X (Muller, 1786) Hypotrichida sp.2 Aspidisca cicada X (Muller, 1786) Karyorelictida sp.17 Loxodes magnus X (Stokes, 1887) Nassulida sp.19 Microthorax pusillus X X X (Engelmann, 1862) Oligotrichida sp.13 Halteriagrandinella X X X X (Muller, 1793) sp.16 Limnostrombidium sp.
Effects of a medicated food containing malachite green on Ichthyophthirius multifiliis Fouquet 1876 (Hymenostomatida, Ciliophora) in an ornamental fish.