3 edition of Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region: found in the catalog.
December 31, 1899
Written in English
|Contributions||B. Rysavy (Editor), K.M. Ryzhikov (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||318|
Review of Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region. I. Nematoda Glenn L. Hoffman US Fish and Wildlife Service Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Aquaculture and Fisheries Commons Hoffman, Glenn L., "Review of Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region. I. Nematoda". (). Helminth parasites of marine birds (Charadriiformes: Alcidae and Laridae) occurring in the North Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Alaska. MSc thesis, (). Helminths of fish-eating birds of the Palaearctic Region I. : Sabir B. Muzaffar and Ian L. Jones.
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Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region: Nematoda th Edition by B. Rysavy (Author), K.M. Ryzhikov (Contributor)Format: Paperback. : Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region: Nematoda (): Rysavy, B., Ryzhikov, K.M.: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region Nematoda.
Editors: Rysavy, B., Ryzhikov, K.M. (Eds.) Free PreviewBrand: Springer Netherlands. We chose fish-eating birds as the subject of the first monograph because, as hosts of helminths, they are a very numerous and wide-spread group, including as many as species in the Palaearctic Region.
This ecological group is not only interesting scientifically, but is also of great practical impor Size: KB. Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds of the Palaearctic Region K. Ryzhikov; Book. 39 Citations; Downloads; Part of the Helminths of Fish Eating Birds book series (HELM, volume 1) Log in to check access.
Buy eBook. USD Instant download; Readable on all devices; Own it forever; Local sales tax included if applicable. This monograph is the first part of a key to helminths of fish-eating birds from the Palaearctic Region and covers the nematodes only.
In this Region bird species representing 10 orders are considered as fish-eating and, of these, 97 species harboured species of by: This is the 2nd of a 3-volume monographic key to the helminth parasites of fish-eating birds in the Palaearctic. Volume I, published indealt with the Nematoda [see Helminthological Abstracts, Series A 47, ]; the present volume results from the collaboration of Russian, Czech and Ukrainian authors, who have aimed to include all available literature on the occurrence and distribution Cited by: A few species use fish as paratenic hosts.
The book consists of an Introduction (2 pages), General Account of Nematodes (4 pages), the Systematic Part ( pages), List of Fish-Eating Birds and Their Nematodes (22 pages), References (29 pages) and Index (13 pages).
There are keys to families, genera, and species in appropriate : Glenn L. Hoffman. Gastrointestinal Helminths of Fish-Eating Birds from Chiloe Island, Chile Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 27(1) February with 63 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Series Title: Helminths of Fish Eating Birds, Other Titles. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Helminths of fish-eating birds of the Palaearctic region.
The Hague: Junk, (OCoLC) Document Type. One would expect that the fish-eating birds will acquire nematodes from the fish they eat. On the contrary, with one exception, Eustrongylides tubifex, as far as is known none of these nematodes use fish as normal intermediate : Glenn L.
Hoffman. The helminth communities of nine species of herons from southern Italy were studied and compared. Of 24 taxa found including seven digeneans, seven nematodes, six cestodes and four acanthocephalans, only five taxa were found in more than one heron species, and five of the 21 taxa that could be identified to species level were classified as ‘heron specialists’.Cited by: 1.
We compared helminth communities in 6 species of birds of prey from the Calabria region of southern Italy. In total, 31 helminth taxa, including 17 nematodes, 9 digeneans, 3 acanthocephalans, and.
Two nematode species, Desportesius equispiculatus (Wu and Liu, ) and Contracaecum microcephalum (Rudolphi, ), were found from a little egret in Tottori Prefecture, Japan.
This is the first record of the former parasite in Japan. The morphological data of D. equispiculatus are by: 2. Nematodes” (pp. ) in the book Parasitic Diseases of Wild Birds edited by C.T. Atkinson, N. Thomas, and D.B. Hunter and published by Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, Iowa. This pdf document contains: 1) a complete list of the avian filiarioid literature that Cheryl consulted in compiling the overview information presented in Chapter 26 of.
and G. bubyri were new helminth parasites for the Palaearctic Region and the Black Sea basin, respectively. In addition, some taxonomical issues were resolved: the genus Aphalloides was proved to be a member of the family Cryptogonimidae; the monogenean G. The highest intensity of infestation was found in the birds shot in August — tapeworms per bird in and in The intensity of infestation in the birds which were shot in autumn was less than one-tenth of that found in the birds shot in summer.
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() [Helminths of insectivores and rodents in Bulgaria.] Sofia: Publishing House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, pp. [In Bulgarian]. 2. Papers and book chapters. Genov T. () [Studies on helminth fauna of rodents from Western Bulgaria.].