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  1. A redescription of

    Systematic Parasitology 14(2):145 (1989)

  2. Cetorhinicola

    Systematic Parasitology 12(1):47 (1988)

  3. Prosthenystera oonastica n. sp. (Digenea: Callodistomidae) from ictalurid catfishes in southeastern United States and molecular evidence dif...

    Systematic Parasitology 90(1):39 (2015) PMID 25557746

    We found no significant morphological features that are useful for discriminating between the new species and its closest relative Prosthenhystera obesa (Diesing, 1850) Travassos, 1922 that occurs in the gall bladders of freshwater characiform, perciform and siluriform fishes, ranging from South Ame...
  4. Lamellodiscus aff. euzeti Diamanka, Boudaya, Toguebaye & Pariselle, 2011 (Monogenea: Diplectanidae) from the gills of Cheimerius nufar (Vale...

    Systematic Parasitology 89(3):215 (2014) PMID 25301511

    Specimens of Lamellodiscus Johnston & Tiegs, 1922 (Monogenea: Diplectanidae) were collected from the gills of Cheimerius nufar (Valenciennes) (Sparidae) in the Arabian Sea. All of these parasites belonged to one and the same species, which is morphologically very close to L. euzeti Diamanka, Boudaya...
  5. Helicometra boseli Nagaty, 1956 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) in Sargocentron spiniferum (Forsskål) (Beryciformes: Holocentridae) from New Caledoni...

    Systematic Parasitology 89(2):167 (2014) PMID 25204602

    The species Helicometra boseli Nagaty, 1956 is redescribed from the holocentrid Sargocentron spiniferum (Forsskål) off New Caledonia. It is characterised by a short forebody, long cirrus-sac, reaching well into the hindbody, and undulating lateral margins. Stenopera rectisaccus Fischthal & Kuntz, 19...
  6. A new genus and species of hatschekiid copepod (Siphonostomatoida) from groupers (Actinopterygii: Serranidae) collected off the Ryukyu Archi...

    Systematic Parasitology 84(1):89 (2013) PMID 23263944

    A new genus and species of copepod, Mihbaicola sakamakii n. g., n. sp., belonging to the siphonostomatoid family Hatschekiidae, is described based on the females collected from inside the tissue of the branchiostegal membrane in three species of the groupers, Epinephelus...
  7. A revision of the chigger mite genus Paratrombicula Goff & Whitaker, 1984 (Acari: Trombiculidae), with the description of two new species.

    Systematic Parasitology 83(2):105 (2012) PMID 22983798

    The monotypic chigger mite genus Paratrombicula Goff & Whitaker, 1984 is expanded to include five species. Two new species of chiggers, parasitising iguanid lizards in Chile, Paratrombicula chilensis n. sp. and P. goffi n. sp., are described, and two species, P. neuquenensis (Goff & Gettinger, 1995)...
  8. A monogenean fish parasite, Gyrodactylus chileani n. sp., belonging to a novel marine species lineage found in the South-Eastern Pacific and...

    Systematic Parasitology 83(2):159 (2012) PMID 22983803 PMCID PMC3443355

    Gyrodactylus chileani n. sp. is the first Gyrodactylus species reported from Chile. It is an ectoparasite living on fins and skin of a small fish, the Chilean tidal pond dweller Helcogrammoides chilensis (Cancino) (Perciformes: Tripterygiidae). A phylogenetic analysis based o...
  9. A new quill mite species (Acari: Syringophilidae) parasitising tinamous (Aves: Tinamiformes).

    Systematic Parasitology 81(2):109 (2012) PMID 22183920

    Tinamiphilopsis ariconte n. sp., a syringophilid mite, is described from three tinamou species (Tinamidae), Rhynchotus rufescens (Temminck) and Nothura boraquira (Spix) in Paraguay and N. minor (Spix) in Brazil. These data indirectly support the hypoth...
  10. Synopsis of the species of Myxidium Bütschli, 1882 (Myxozoa: Myxosporea: Bivalvulida).

    Systematic Parasitology 80(2):81 (2011) PMID 21898199

    A synopsis of the species of Myxidium Bütschli, 1882 (Myxozoa: Myxosporea: Bivalvulida) is presented. It includes a total of 232 nominal species, whose principal morphological and morphometric characteristics, site of infection within the host, and original hosts and locality are indicated in a tabu...