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Authors: Попюк, М. П.
Дмитриева, Е. В.
Title: Структура сообществ гельминтов, паразитирующих у рыб в черноморской акватории Крыма
Other Titles: Structure of communities of the helminthes parasitising fish in the Black Sea off Crimea
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 116-119
Description: Two thousand one hundred twenty three infracommunities and 124 component community of 57 helminth species from 11 species of fish inhabiting the Black Sea coastal water off Crimea are analyzed. The infracommunities and component communities have low species richness; the Brillouin index (HB) maximum is 1,7 for infracommunities and 2,0 for component communities. The mean HB is less than 0,5 for the helminth infracommunities of most fish species. Revealed positive interspecies associations between host-specific parasites of mullets, obviously, determine a higher species diversity and evenness of the community of helminthes of these hosts. However, most species in the component communities occupy no more than one-third of potential niches and their niches overlap slightly, indicating that these helminthes extremely uneven distribute among their hosts and their co-occurrence have random nature.
Appears in Collections:Современные проблемы теоретической и морской паразитологии / Contemporary problems of theoretical and marine parasitology

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