A new host and locality records of the two trematodes Gymnotergestia chaetodipteri and Opechona sardinellae described by Nahhas and Cable in 1964, with review of the two genera.
Journal - Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology (Egypt )
The two trematode genera Gymnotergestia Nahhas and Cable, 1964 and Opechona Looss, 1907 were reviewed and discussed. Gymnotergestia chaetodipteri Nahhas and Cable, 1964 and Opechona sardinellae Nahhas and Cable, 1964 were redescribed from Serranus scriba and Labrus bergylata respectively from Libya. This represents a new host record and new locality. A comparison between the original description and the present work was presented.
|ISSN : ||0253-5890|
|Mesh Heading : ||Animals Fish Diseases Fishes Host-Parasite Interactions Mediterranean Sea Trematoda Trematode Infections anatomy & histology parasitology|
|Mesh Heading Relevant : ||parasitology parasitology classification veterinary|