Helminths included an unidentified turbellarian
(prevalence 1% to 4%) observed at three sites and the digenetic trematodes Echinostoma sp., Proctoeces maculatus and Bucephalus sp.
We determined almost the entire sequence of 18S rDNA in two species of dicyemid mesozoans and three species of turbellarians
A new species of the genus Ciliocincta Kozloff, 1965 (Mesozoa, Orthonectida) parasitic in a marine turbellarian
Cremonte and Figueras ciliates, (2004) coccidians, and turbellarians
) 1999: Isla Jabali, Four parasitic or Cremonte and Figueras Argentina (healthy commensal taxa (2004) population) (Trichodina sp.
Studies on the taxonomy and ecology of the turbellarian
(Plathelminthes) in the floodplain of the Parana river (Argentina).
solida was parasitized by prokaryotic inclusions in the digestive epithelium, intracellular inclusions of bacteria-like organisms and ciliates in the gills, gregarines similar to Nematopsis parasitizing exclusively the connective tissues of most organs, and a turbellarian
similar to Paravortex in the intestine lumen.
Other groups included turbellarians
, polychaetes, oligochaetes, gastrotrichs, isopods, Kinorhyncha, and cnidarians.
Dero superterrenus C Metacypris maracaoensis C Indet.
53-54), a Japanese scientist at the Imperial University of Tokyo, published Ito's colored polyclad turbellarian
paintings in black and white, acknowledging only Paul Bartsch, for whom Ito had prepared the drawings.
1992) and Moina (D'Abramo 1980) - and in the turbellarian
worm Mesostoma ehrenbergii (Beisner et al.
Some aspects of reproductive biology in the freshwater triclad turbellarian
-- In the open pond, 55 percent of the total number of organisms collected were polychaetes and 35 percent were tentatively identified as a turbellarian
flatworm (William J.