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Studies on Monogenetic Trematodes XI. Dactylogyridae from Algonquin Park Fishes

John D. Mizelle and M. Angela Donahue
The American Midland Naturalist
Vol. 31, No. 3 (May, 1944), pp. 600-624
DOI: 10.2307/2421410
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2421410
Page Count: 25
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Studies on Monogenetic Trematodes XI. Dactylogyridae from Algonquin Park Fishes
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Abstract

A collection of branchial material obtained by Dr. R. V. Bangham of Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio, from fishes in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada, was examined. Ail the hosts represented were infected except the finescale dace Pfrille neogaea from Costello Creek. Nine previously described, and ten new species were recovered. These are, Actinocleidus gibbosus, n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Opeongo Lake; A. incus n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Opeongo Lake; A. oculatus (Mueller, 1934) from Lepomis gibbosus from Long and Opeongo Lakes; A. recurvatus n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Costello, Long, Opeongo, and Proulx Lakes; A. scapularis n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Opeongo Lake; A. sigmoideus n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Costello, Long, Opeongo, and Proulx Lakes; Cleidodiscus banghami (Mueller, 1936) from Micropterus dolomieu from Opeongo Lake; C. pricei Mueller, 1936, from Ameiurus melas from Opeongo Lake, and A. nebulosus from Dixon, Proulx and Smoke Lakes; Cleidodiscus sp. from Perca flavescens from Opeongo Lake; Urocleidus adspectus Mueller, 1936, from Perca flavescens from Long, Opeongo, and Proulx Lakes; U. dispar (Mueller, 1936) from Lepomis gibbosus from Long, Opeongo, and Proulx Lakes; U. ferox Mueller, 1934 from Lepomis gibbosus from Brewer, Costello, Long, Opeongo, and Proulx Lakes; U procax n. sp. from Lepomis gibbosus from Long and Opeongo Lakes; and Dactylogyrus banghami n. sp., D. bulbus Mueller, 1938, D. bullosus n. sp., D. cornutus Mueller, 1938, D. perlus Mueller 1938, and D. pollex n. sp., all from Notropis cornutus from Proulx Lake. This study represents the first work on Gyrodactyloidea from the abovenamed localities.

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