2 edition of life history of Proteocephalus fluviatilis Bangham (cestoda) from smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieui Lacépède. found in the catalog.
life history of Proteocephalus fluviatilis Bangham (cestoda) from smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieui Lacépède.
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|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University. Theses (M.Sc.)|
|LC Classifications||LE3 T525 MSC 1967 F57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
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Of over 1, Micropterus dolomieui, from Lake Opeongo, Ontario, Canada, examined for Proteocephalus fluviatilis, 67% of those over cm. long and 16% of those less than cm.
were infected. Plerocercoids and segmented and early gravid P. fluviatilis occurred throughout life history of Proteocephalus fluviatilis Bangham book sampling period from May to October, but worms shedding eggs were not found until June Cited by: In all, smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui), ranging from to cm in fork length, were examined for Proteocephalus fluviatilis Bangham.
Geographic range of genus in North America: The genus has been reported in nearly every U.S. state (Hoffman, (Becker and Houghton, ;Becker. The following 3 species, supposedly strictly specific to their fish definitive hosts, are recognized as valid: (1) Proteocephalus fluviatilis Bangham, (new synonyms Proteocephalus osburni Bangham, and Proteocephalus microcephalus Haderlie, ; Proteocephalus 'robustus' nomen nudum) from the smallmouth and largemouth bass.
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fluviatilis and N. kessleri, were investigated for endohelminth Cited by: Alt, K.T. A life history study of sheefish and whitefish in Alaska. Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Federal Aid in Fish Restoration Project.
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Egg production and development take place at all times although they are optimal when the temperatures are higher in the summer (Gannicott and Tinsley, b).
This chapter discusses the life cycles and seasonal occurrence of larval cestodes and nematodes. The life cycles of all the larval cestodes and nematodes are complex, and mostly require three hosts, an invertebrate first intermediate host, the fish second intermediate host, and a suitable definitive host, which, according to parasite species, can be a fish, an amphibian, a Cited by: Problems & Solutions beta; Log in; Upload Ask No category; Manual Journal of Agricultural Research [Riyadh].
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