Journal of the Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University Volume 56
2017-12-15 発行

Two species of copepods, Lernanthropus atrox and Hatschekia pagrosomi, parasitic on crimson seabream, Evynnis tumifrons, in Hiroshima Bay, western Japan

広島湾産チダイに寄生していたカイアシ類2種, タイノヒトガタムシとマダイノエラノミ
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abstract
Two species of copepods, Lernanthropus atrox Heller, 1865, and Hatschekia pagrosomi Yamaguti, 1939, were collected from the gills of crimson seabream, Evynnis tumifrons (Temminck and Schlegel, 1843), in Hiroshima Bay, the Seto Inland Sea, western Japan. This collection represents a new host record for L. atrox and the first record of H. pagrosomi from E. tumifrons in Japan. The hosts and geographical distribution of these copepods are also reviewed.
subject
Copepoda
Evynnis tumifrons
fish parasite
Hatschekia pagrosomi
Hiroshima Bay
Lernanthropus atrox
カイアシ類
魚類寄生虫
タイノヒトガタムシ
チダイ
広島湾
マダイノエラノミ