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Larval Ascaridoid Nematodes from Fishes near the Hawaiian Islands, with Comments on Pathgenicity Experiments
|Title:||Larval Ascaridoid Nematodes from Fishes near the Hawaiian Islands, with Comments on Pathgenicity Experiments|
|Authors:||Deardorff, Thomas L.|
Kliks, Michael M.
Rosenfeld, Mitchel E.
Rychlinski, Robert A.
Desowitz, Robert S.
|Issue Date:||Apr 1982|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Deardorff TL, Kliks MM, Rosenfeld ME, Rychlinski RA, Desowitz RS. 1982. Larval ascaridoid nematodes from fishes near the Hawaiian Islands, with comments on pathogenicity experiments. Pac Sci 36(2): 187-201.|
|Abstract:||A total of 134 species of finfishes and 8 species of invertebrates,
which were caught near the Hawaiian Islands over a 26-month period, were
examined for larval nematodes. A total of 21,746 ascaridoid larvae were recovered.
Larval nematodes of the genera Anisakis (two types), Hysterothylacium
(three types), Raphidascaris (one type), and Terranova (two types) were identified.
Descriptions and illustrations are provided for most larvae. A key is
included. No anisakine larvae were found in the invertebrates. Inoculations of
laboratory rats with various larvae demonstrated that at least Anisakis type II
and Terranova type HA harm the host.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 36, Number 2, 1982|