Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea

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Copepoda -- Mexico, Gulf of -- Classification., Copepoda -- Caribbean Sea -- Classifica

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StatementRoger Cressey.
SeriesSmithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 339, <389, 497 >, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 339, etc.
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LC ClassificationsQL1 .S54 no. 339, etc., QL444.C73 .S54 no. 339, etc.
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Genre/Form: Classification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cressey, Roger F., Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.

III. Caligus. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roger F Cressey.

New records of parasitic copepods (Copepoda:Pandaridae, Eudactylinidae, Caligidae) on elasmobranchs (Chondrichthyes) in the Gulf of Mexico Article (PDF Available).

Ta eniacanthidae C. Wilson, is a family of cyclopoid copepods containing members that are either parasitic on marine fi shes or associated with sea urchins (Dojiri &. Increasing knowledge of the biodiversity of parasitic copepods in the Argentinean Sea will provide a baseline against which changes in the distribution of marine biota can be detected.

We provide new information on the distribution of 13 known species of parasitic copepods gathered from 11 species of marine fishes from Argentinean Sea Cited by: 4.

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Sea lice (Copepoda: Caligidae) parasitic on fishes reported from the Neotropical region Francisco Neptali Morales-Sernaa,b*, Rosa Maria Medina-Guerrerob and Emma Josefina Fajer-Avilab aConsejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACyT), Ciudad de México, Mexico; bCentro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo A.C., Unidad Mazatlán en Acuicultura y Cited by: 3.

Re: Parasitic copepods on Spurilla neapolitana Octo From: Constantine Mifsud I had read somewhere of the name of the particular copepod parasite of Spurilla neapolitana some years ago.

I just cannot find the reference. The whitefin sharksucker (Echeneis neucratoides) Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea book short-disk sharksucker, is a species of remora native to subtropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean fish can reach a length of 75 centimetres (30 in) TL though most fish do not exceed 50 centimetres (20 in) TL.

It can be free-swimming, or can attach itself to a host fish or turtle by Family: Echeneidae. In the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, 40 taxa have previously been reported as parasites of M. bonaci: 3 monogeneans, 4 cestodes, 15 digeneans, 5 nematodes, 7 copepods, and 6 Cited by: 6.

Morphological Identification Keys. The following links to webpages provide useful information (species lists, taxonomic keys, monographs) to support and inform the taxonomic identification of zooplankton.

Identification key to the Calanoid Copepods of the Family Euchaetidae from the Gulf of Mexico and Western Caribbean Sea by Taisoo Park. InClaus published the first book dealing only with copepods.

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This helpful treatise summarized the knowledge of free-living copepods of western Europe and the Mediterranean Sea.

Claus's other works included classic studies of parasitic copepods, adding especially to the useful papers of Henrik Krøyer () from Denmark.

Elacatinus is a genus of small marine gobies, often known collectively as the neon gh only one species, E. oceanops, is technically the "neon goby," because of their similar appearance, other members of the genus are generally labeled neon gobies, as for a single East Pacific species, all reside in warmer parts of the West Atlantic, Class: Actinopterygii.

AbstractA total of sampling stations were visited for benthic fauna during a series of oceanographic cruises in the Gulf of California, west coast of the Baja California Peninsula, and Eastern Central Pacific from year to Among others, three fish species of the genus Dibranchus were caught in 28 stations.

Of these, D. spongiosa was the most Author: Samuel Gómez, Hugo Aguirre-Villaseñor, Francisco Neptali Morales-Serna. Increasing knowledge of the biodiversity of parasitic copepods in the Argentinean Sea will provide a baseline against which changes in the distribution of marine biota can be detected.

We provide new information on the distribution of 13 known species of parasitic copepods gathered from 11 species of marine fishes from Argentinean Sea, including 7 new Cited by: 4. Parasitic copepods on Spurilla neapolitana Octo From: Erwin Koehler Bill, Here is one more photo of Spurilla neapolitana, this one with copepod parasitization.

It by Lluís Aguilar, Spain, Portbou, divesite "La Foradada", depth 6 m, size 2 cm. Abstract: The Biodiversity of the Gulf of Mexico Database (BioGoMx) was based on a comprehensive biotic inventory of the Gulf of Mexico sponsored by the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI), Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, which resulted in the book: Felder, D.

and D. Camp (eds). Gulf of Mexico???Origins, Waters, and Biota. Sea lice, which resemble specks of finely-ground pepper, appear in the waters off Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico, and in the wider Caribbean. The jellyfish larvae are covered with nematocytes, firing mechanisms that contain long, barbed filaments that can pierce the skin and inject a mixture of toxic substances.

of sea lice on the species (e.g., dormaN, ; dormaN & holmeS, ; k och et al., ). Sea lice species are external parasitic copepods of the f amily Caligidae characterised by the presence of a flattenedcephalothorax, typical of this group, which is used as attachment organ (kabata, ).

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Sea lice are often found par asitizing anadromous. However, other than areas in the Black Sea and Baltic Sea, a region in the northern Gulf of Mexico Continental shelf represents the largest coastal zone of hypoxia in the world. Even though this zone, up to 20, square kilometers (km 2) (about 8, square miles [mi 2 ]) and reaching down to 30 m (about ft) in depth, is called the Cited by: 4.

has its own Nasdaq Index. Salmon lice (parasitic copepods) build up in farm pens, slowing salmon growth, killing young fish, and requiring expensive pesticides to which sea lice are becoming resistant.

Sea lice damage costs the industry US $ million/year (Duchene ). Infectious disease is only now a mainstream topic in marine ecology. A new species of siphonostomatoid copepod, Asterocheres crinoidicola, is parasitic on two closely related comasterid crinoids (Nemaster grandis and Davidaster rubiginosus) in Belize, Central America.

An unusually long terminal prolongation of the third segment of the endopod of leg 1 distinguishes this species from all congeners. This is the first. Parasitic Copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea I: Holobomolochus and Neobomolochus.

24 p., 72 figs, 4to, wrps (Smiths. Contr. Zool. ); CR € 6. Unusual mass fish mortalities in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Labs., Miami, Florida, 46 ms, E. H., Jr. New host records for some nematode parasites of fishes from Alabama and adjacent waters.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Estuaries Fishes Mexico, Gulf of. Crustaceans Estuaries Parasitic copepods taxonomy tropical zooplankton. Marsipaster-Acicula New Species Asteroidea Echinodermata From The Caribbean And Gulf Of Mexico.

Vol Page North American harpacticoid copepods 9. A new Mesochra (Canthocamptidae) from the Gulf of Mexico with notes on a related Mediterranean form. Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book.

Geographic Range - Oddly, this worm has not been previously reported south of the Gulf of Mexico. Its range is probably at least Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coast of continental USA, and possibly beyond these areas. Location in Host - Gill filaments.

Size - mm long. and the Sea of Cortez or Gulf of California Other than Marine Mammals, and the pelagic reptile, the Sea Snake including inshore and offshore waters of coastal Alaska, Washington State, California, Baja California, and Sonora, Mexico with some references and photos relating to the Pacific coast of Central and South America.

Only official editions of the Federal Register provide legal notice to the public and judicial then the petition requests that we list the giant manta ray, including all specimens in the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and southeastern United States, under the ESA.

and gobies, to remove parasitic copepods and other unwanted materials from. Symbiosis Of Planktonic Copepods And Mysids With Epibionts And Parasites In The North Pacific: Diversity And Interactions in New Frontiers in Crustacean Biology.

Peracarids From Three Low-Energy Fine-Sand Beaches Of Cited by: 6. Parasitic infections of fish cultured in fresh and marine waters of subtropical and tropical geographic regions are reviewed. The following parasites are discussed: Ectoparasitic protozoa, Coccidia, Myxosporea, Monogenea, Metacercariae of trematodes, the Asian tapeworm, nematodes, ergasilids, lernaeids, and by:.

Yucatán Peninsula, a northeastern projection of Central America, lying between the Gulf of Mexico to the west and north and the Caribbean Sea to the east. Encompassing s square miles (, square km), it includes the Mexican states of Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Yucatán and, in the.

Peninsula Mountains (mountains, Sierra Leone). Copepods parasitic on fish of the Trout Lake region, with descriptions of two new species. Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, - Bere R., Cited by: 3.

Parasitic copepods of the underside of snout of a great hammerhead 37°S latitude. In the western Atlantic Ocean, it ranges from North Carolina (US) south to Uruguay, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean regions, while in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, this species ranges from Morocco to Senegal, including the Mediterranean Sea.