Dispersal of invading trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini Kowal, 1951 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) in the Volga

Dispersal of invading trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini... ISSN 1067-4136, Russian Journal of Ecology, 2006, Vol. 37, No. 5, pp. 363–365. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text © A.E. Zhokhov, N.M. Molodozhnikova, M.N. Pugacheva, 2006, published in Ekologiya, 2006, No. 5, pp. 398–400. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Dispersal of Invading Trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini Kowal, 1951 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) in the Volga a b a A. E. Zhokhov , N. M. Molodozhnikova , and M. N. Pugacheva Papanin Institute of the Biology of Inland waters, Russian Academy of Sciences, Borok, Nekouzskii raion, Yaroslavl oblast, 152742 Russia e-mail: zhokhov@ibiw.yaroslavl.ru Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy, Chetvertaya Parkovaya ul. 31/8, Moscow, 111121 Russia Received October 18, 2005 DOI: 10.1134/S1067413606050110 Key words: invaders, trematodes, snails, Volga basin, Nicolla skrjabini, Plagioporus skrjabini, Lithoglyphus, Theodoxus. The species compositions of fish trematodes in the late 1960s (Belyavslaya and Vyushkova, 1971). In neighboring Volga and Don basins are similar in many 1971, they were already numerous in the Volga delta ways, however, there are some differences. One differ- (Pirogov, 1972). At present, these snails occur almost ence is that trematodes of the genera Nicolla and Pla- all over the Volga delta and form very dense aggrega- gioporus were not previously recorded in the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Ecology Springer Journals

Dispersal of invading trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini Kowal, 1951 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) in the Volga

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Life Sciences; Ecology; Environment, general
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ISSN 1067-4136, Russian Journal of Ecology, 2006, Vol. 37, No. 5, pp. 363–365. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text © A.E. Zhokhov, N.M. Molodozhnikova, M.N. Pugacheva, 2006, published in Ekologiya, 2006, No. 5, pp. 398–400. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Dispersal of Invading Trematodes Nicolla skrjabini (Iwanitzky, 1928) and Plagioporus skrjabini Kowal, 1951 (Trematoda: Opecoelidae) in the Volga a b a A. E. Zhokhov , N. M. Molodozhnikova , and M. N. Pugacheva Papanin Institute of the Biology of Inland waters, Russian Academy of Sciences, Borok, Nekouzskii raion, Yaroslavl oblast, 152742 Russia e-mail: zhokhov@ibiw.yaroslavl.ru Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy, Chetvertaya Parkovaya ul. 31/8, Moscow, 111121 Russia Received October 18, 2005 DOI: 10.1134/S1067413606050110 Key words: invaders, trematodes, snails, Volga basin, Nicolla skrjabini, Plagioporus skrjabini, Lithoglyphus, Theodoxus. The species compositions of fish trematodes in the late 1960s (Belyavslaya and Vyushkova, 1971). In neighboring Volga and Don basins are similar in many 1971, they were already numerous in the Volga delta ways, however, there are some differences. One differ- (Pirogov, 1972). At present, these snails occur almost ence is that trematodes of the genera Nicolla and Pla- all over the Volga delta and form very dense aggrega- gioporus were not previously recorded in the

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Published: Sep 6, 2006

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