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British parasitic Copepoda.

Thomas Scott

British parasitic Copepoda.

by Thomas Scott

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Written in English


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Originally published by the Ray society in 1913.

Statementby Thomas and Andrew Scott.
ContributionsScott, Andrew., Ray Society.
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Open LibraryOL13747314M

Many copepod species have independently adapted to a parasitic way of life using a wide range of animals as hosts. How patterns of new host use develop in copepods is largely unknown. We are researching: host use patterns, by measuring and comparing the range of hosts used by different parasite .   Buy A Monograph of the Free and Semi-Parasitic Copepoda of the British Islands, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders A Monograph of the Free and Semi-Parasitic Copepoda of the British Islands, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint): G. Stewardson Brady: : Books.

Since the First Edition of this Synopsis in significantly more information has become available about commensal and parasitic copepods associated with British and west European marine invertebrates, with a number of new species, genera and even families have been described. Download Book. View at Internet Archive. Close Dialog Download book. Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text. A monograph of the free and semi-parasitic Copepoda of the British islands. Pages; Table of Contents.

"Euryphorus brachypterus (Gerstaecker, ), a caligid copepod infecting Pacific bluefin tuna, Thunnus orientalis (Temminck & Schlegel, ), cultured in Japan" published on 01 Jan by Brill.   Kabata Z. Copepoda parasitic on Australian fishes. IV. Genus Caligus (Caligidae) Ann Mag Nat Hist. ; 13 (8)– doi: / Kabata Z. Parasitic copepods of British fishes. London: Ray Society; pp. 1– Kabata Z. Parasites and disease of fish cultured in tropics.


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Proc. The British Parasitic Copepoda by Scott, T.; Scott, A. at Pemberley Books Theme Oxley Nepal Slate Thistle Currency GBP (£) US$ EURO YEN. Parasitic copepods of fishes: a new genus of the Hatschekiidae from New Caledonia, and new records of the Pennellidae, Sphyriidae and Lernanthropidae from the South Atlantic and South Pacific Kabata, Z.

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Copepoda parasitic on fishesII. Copepoda parasitic on fishes. Plates Addeddate Commensal and parasitic copepods. The Commensal and parasitic copepods associated with marine invertebrates Synopsis covers species known to live parasitically or commensally with marine invertebrates.

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Copepoda parasitic on fishesII. Copepoda parasitic on fishes. Plates Addeddate Call number This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. Pages: Forty-one species were found to harbour 39 species of copepod belonging to 9 families. The remaining 21 species of fishes were not infected.

The incidence and intensity of infection were recorded and these provided material data on the host-parasite relationships. The site of infection and the developmental stage of the parasite were also recorded.