Trypanorhyncha


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Trypanorhyncha

[trə‚pan·ə′riŋ·kə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of tapeworms of the subclass Cestoda; all are parasites in the intestine of elasmobranch fishes.
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They can be assigned on morphological grounds to the Otobothriidae, a family within the cestode order Trypanorhyncha.
Altogether 31,654 parasites were collected, belonging to nine higher taxa, including one acantocephalan; one digenean; three monogeneans; two cestodes, plus the cysts of Trypanorhyncha; larvae of Anisakidae; and two species of copepods (Table 1).
Nematoides anisaquideos e cestoides Trypanorhyncha de importancia em saude publica em Aluterus monoceros (Linnaeus, 1758) no Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Por otro lado, se ha postulado que el ciclo parasitario de algunos cestodes Trypanorhyncha localizados en el camaron, el cual es hospedero intermediario, este se alimentaria directamente con los huevos del cestodo; en el se desarrollaria la larva infectando, posteriormente, a los peces, siendo por tanto el unico hospedero intermediario, acortando el ciclo parasitario [21].
Histopathological reactions of the blue shark, Prionace glauca, to post larvae of Hepatoxylon trichiuri (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha: Fepatoxilidae) in relationship to scolex morphology.
Pterobothrioides, a new genus of tapeworm (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha: Pterobothriidae) from dasyatid stingrays in the Eastern Atlantic and Pacific.
Mueller, 1777 (Ascaridida), Entobdella hippoglossi (Mueller, 1776) Blainville, 1818 (Dactylogyrida), Lacistorhynchus dollfusi Beveridge and Sakanari, 1987 (Trypanorhyncha), Lironeca ovalis Sey 1818 (Isopoda), and Pseudotagia sp.
Physiology of obliquely striated muscle fibers within Grillotia erinaceus metacestodes (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha).
A method for estimating possible parasite-related host mortality, illustrated using data from Callitetrarynchus gracilis (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) in lizardfish (Saurida spp.).