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|Authros:||Долгих, А. В.|
|Title:||Личинки трематод - паразиты черноморского моллюска Nassa reticulata var. pontica Mont..|
|Other Titles:||Larvae of trematodes as parasites of a Black sea mollusc Nassa reticulata var. pontica Mont.|
|Abstract:||Widely found in the Atlantic Ocean and as far to the east as the Sea of Azov Nassa reticulata L.A prevails among gastropods. Larvae of Nassa largely contribute to plankton and adults to benthos, where, like other molluscs, they are common prey for fish of Labridae family. In the early XX century it was found that some N. reticulata from the Black Sea were infested with cercariae and metacercariae of Cercaria inconstans (Sinitsin, 1911), later re-identified as Diphterostomum brusinae Stoss (Palombi, 1930) adults of which are known to parasite fishes of families Labridae, Blennidae, and others. In the Mediterranean Sea parasitic fauna of N. reticulate has not been studied. At present (1964) it is known that Nassa reticulate harbours six cercaria larvae: Cercaria sagitata Lespès, 1857; C. hymenocerca Villot, 1875; C. fascicularis Villot, 1875; (C.) Diphterostomum brusinae (Stoss., 1889) Stoss., 1904; Cercariaeum reticulatum Stunkard, 1932 and unidentified rediae with furcocercariae.|
|Appears in Collections:||Бентос / Benthos|
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