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n.1.(Zool.) A Linnæan genus of parasitic Entomostraca, - the same as the family Lernæidæ.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The effect of hydrological disturbance on the infestation of Lernaea cyprinacea in an intermittent stream fish community.
Three monogenean species (Gyrodactylus turnbulli Harris 1986;, Gyrodactylus VonNordmann, Dactylogyrus extensus Mueller and Van Cleave 1932); six protozoans (Trichodina Ehrenberg 1831, Chilodonella Stand, 1928, Ichthyophthirius multifiliis Fouquet, 1876, Piscinoodinium pillulare Schaperclaus 1954, Tetrahymena sp., Epistylis Ehrenberg, 1830.); one digenean (metacercaria of Cryptocotyle Lube,1899.) and two copepod arthropods (Lernaea cyprinacea L.
These fish fall in groups I-VIII and 39 (60.9%) of them harboured Dactylogyrus anchoratus, Dactylogyrus minutus, Argulus foliaceus, Lernaea cyprinacea, Caryophyllaeus laticeps and Bothriocephalus acheilognathi.
The parasitic examination of these fishes showed that all fish species were infected with crustacean copepod parasite Lernaea cyprinacea and other Lernaea spp.
Keywords: Saprolegniasis, Saprolegnia, Achyla, Lernaea cyprinacea, Lernaea ctenopharngodonis
mesopotamicus, observed that despite the high level of Monogenea infestation, Trichodina sp., Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus, 1758 (Crustacea: Copepoda), P.
Anchor worms (lernaeid parasites), Lernaea polymorpha yu and Lernaea cyprinacea (copepode: lernaeidae) on major carps at different fish farms in Punjab, Pakistan.
Lernaea cyprinacea, is a common parasite and appears almost all over the world in freshwater fish (1-3), and has been isolated from 46 species of Cyprinidae.
In addition, we generated new de novo assemblies from publicly available RNA-seq data for the copepods Neocalanus flemingeri Miller, 1988 (Roncalli et al., in press), Labidocera madurae Scott, 1909, and Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus, 1758 (Table 2).
Occurrence of the crustacean parasite, Lernaea cyprinacea, on fishes from the White River at Petersburg, Indiana.