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Authors: Бакай, Ю. И.
Title: Особенности формирования фауны паразитов североатлантических окуней рода Sebastes (Scorpaenidae)
Other Titles: Special aspects of formation of parasite fauna of the North Atlantic redfish genus Sebastes
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 208-211
Description: Relative youth of relationships in the parasite - host system was found in the North Atlantic redfish genus Sebastes.A trophic factor is a key factor to the formation of redfish parasite fauna which is typical for plankton eaters. The Sebastes parasite fauna is primarily made up by arcto-boreal species, and more rarely - by boreal and cosmopolitan species. The parasites representing epycontinental, polyzonal and mezobental ecological complexes are predominant in the fauna. No fundamental changes in the parasite fauna associated with a change in biotope were found. Both linear and non-linear dependencies of age-related development of species diversity in the Sebastes parasite fauna were established. Despite the intraspecific, geographical, biotopic and age differences in the parasite fauna, the dominant infestation with widely spread helminths of the five species, which forms the core of the parasite fauna and develops within the first years of life in the host, are typical for all the Sebastes species.
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