Syst Parasitol https://doi.org/10.1007/s11230-018-9800-6 Species of Monogenoidea infecting the gill lamellae of the common silver-biddy Gerres oyena (Forsskal) and the common silver belly Gerres subfasciatus Cuvier (Perciformes: Gerreidae) in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia Delane C. Kritsky Received: 17 March 2018 / Accepted: 12 May 2018 Springer Science+Business Media B.V., part of Springer Nature 2018 Abstract As part of a survey of the parasites similis n. sp. were recorded from G. oyena. The new infecting the ﬁshes of Moreton Bay, Queensland, species are described, and the ﬁnding of M. ﬁlamen- Australia, the gill lamellae of two species, the common tosum and P. gerres from Moreton Bay represent new silver-biddy Gerres oyena (Forsskal) and the common geographic records. Haliotrema digyroides Zhang, silver belly Gerres subfasciatus Cuvier (both Gerrei- 2001 and Haliotrema subancistroides Zhang, 2001 are dae), were found infected with monogenoids as transferred to Metahaliotrema Yamaguti, 1953 as follows: Metahaliotrema ﬁlamentosum Venkatanara- Metahaliotrema digyroides (Zhang, 2001) n. comb. saiah, 1981 (Dactylogyridae) was redescribed from G. and Metahaliotrema subancistroides (Zhang, 2001) n. oyena and recorded from G. subfasciatus (both new comb., respectively. host records); Metahaliotrema imparilis n. sp., Prot- ogyrodactylus monacanthus n. sp., Protogyrodactylus vulgaris n. sp. (all Dactylogyridae), Gyrodactylus Introduction xynus n.
Systematic Parasitology – Springer Journals
Published: May 30, 2018
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