undecimalis specimens of the Monogenean group (Van Beneden, 1858) Monopisthocotylea
. According to Rohde (1993), Monopisthocotylea
is considered a subclass of the Monogenean group, capable of parasitizing the gills of teleost fish and infecting a variety of microenvironments.
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Monogenetic trematodes (Monopisthocotylea
: Dactylogyridae) from freshwater fishes of Colombia, South America.
A new species of Gyrodactylus (Monogenea: Monopisthocotylea
) on tadpoles of Rana catesbejana from California, U.S.A.
The results obtained in this study could be explained based on the heterogeneity of the gill system, the ventilation of current flow, the model of gills colonization by the oncomiracidiums of the Monopisthocotylea. The low diversity values obtained within seasons indicate that this period is harmful for the parasites studied.
Keywords: Distribution; Monopisthocotylea; Fish; Arches; Months
The present investigation carried out basically with ecological indexes was aimed to study the monthly colonization of the various gill arches of Oreochromis niloticus (Linne, 1758) by four monopisthocotylea monogenean species.
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