IBSS collection of marine parasites – bibliography / Коллекция паразитов морских рыб и беспозвоночных ФИЦ ИнБЮМ — библиография

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The collection of parasites from marine fishes and invertebrates, which is curated by the A. O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas of the Russian Academy of Science, was founded in the late 1950s by research workers of Sevastopol Biological Station. The greatest contributions to the establishment of this collection were made by V. M. Nikolaeva, A. M. Parukhin, T. N. Mordvinova, and L. P. Tkachuk.

The collection continues to grow in size as type- and voucher-material of new and other taxa are added.

In 2015 and 2016, the Russian Foundation for Basic Research supported the project for the creation of an on-line electronic catalogue of the collection and an associated taxonomic database via RFBR Grant No. 15-29-02684 ofi-m.

More info: marineparasites.org


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    Two New Families and a New Species of Myxosporeans (Myxozoa, Myxosporea) from the Mediterranean and Black Sea Fishes
    (2011) Yurakhno, V. M.
    Descriptions of two new families — Polysporoplasmidae fam. n. (Syn. Sphaerosporidae Davis, 1917 in Sitja-Bobadilla, Alvarez-Pellitero, 1995) and Gadimyxidae fam. n. (syn. Parvicapsulidae Schulman, 1953 in Kinie et al., 2007), and one new species of myxosporeans — Gadimyxa ovale sp. n. — parasites of fishes of the Mediterranean and the Black Seas are presented. Species of the genus Gadimyxa is found for the first time in the Black Sea.
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    О находке цистаканта Southwellina hispida (Acanthocephala, Polymorphidae) у черноморского сингиля Liza aurata
    (2005) Белофастова, И. П.
    Приведены описание и оригинальные рисунки цистаканта Southwellina hispida (Van Cleave, 1925) Witenberg, 1932, впервые обнаруженного в брюшной полости черноморского сингиля Liza aurata в районе Севастополя (Черное море).
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    О таксономическом статусе некоторых видов скребней (Acanthocephala) черноморских рыб
    (2004) Белофастова, И. П.
    Проанализированы литературные и собственные данные по морфологии четырех видов скребней от черноморских рыб, относившихся ранее к роду Acanthocephaloides (А. propinquus (Dujardin, 1845) Meyer, 1933; A. incrassatus (Molin, 1858) Meyer, 1933; A. kostylewi Meyer, 1933, A. rhytidotes (Porta, 1905) Belofastova et Kornijchuk, 2000). Установлено: A. incrassatus в Черном море отсутствует; A. propinquus — широкоспецифичный вид с 4-6 крючьями в 10-12 рядах на хоботке, паразитирует в кишечнике у 29 видов черноморских рыб; узкоспецифичный вид A. kostylewi от морского языка Solea nasutus (Pallas, 1814) с 5-6 крючьями в 12-14 рядах на хоботке морфологически близок как к Solearhynchus soleae (Porta, 1905) Buron et Maillard, 1985, так и к A. rhytidotes (Monticelli, 1905). Все 3 видовых названия, очевидно, являются синонимами. Приоритетность какого-либо из них остается спорной.
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    Kudoa unicapsula n. sp. (Myxosporea: Kudoidae) a parasite of the Mediterranean mullets Liza ramada and L. aurata (Teleostei: Mugilidae)
    (2007) Yurakhno, V. M.; Ovcharenko, M. O.; Holzer, A. S.; Sarabeev, V. L.; Balbuena, J. A.
    A new multivalvulid myxozoan parasite, Kudoa unicapsula n. sp., is described from the intestinal mesentery, intestine and pyloric caeca of the thin-lipped grey mullet Liza ramada (Risso 1826) and the golden grey mullet L. aurata (Risso, 1810) from the Mediterranean coastal waters of Spain. It is characterized by the presence of elongated, rice corn-like white cysts of 0.47–0.56×0.18–0.38 mm, filled with tetracapsulate, slightly asymmetric spores, rectangular in apical view and tear-shaped in lateral view with four polar capsules of considerably different size and slightly unequal spore valves with rounded edges, overlapping each other on the apex of the spore. One large polar capsule includes a polar filament coiled in two to three turns, and the other three polar capsules, which are very small, posses only a rudimental filament. Both light and electron microscopy data showed that this species differs from all previously described Kudoa spp. with unequal polar capsules. The molecular analysis based on 18S and 28S ribosomal deoxyribonucleic acid DNA sequence data of K. unicapsula n. sp. indicates a close relationship and thus phylogenetic clustering together with K. trifolia, a myxozoan from the same host and the same geographical location.