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Trematode Fauna of Freshwater Fishes of India

By: KC Pandey(Author), Nirupama Agrawal(Author)
388 pages, 358 b/w line drawings
Trematode Fauna of Freshwater Fishes of India
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  • Trematode Fauna of Freshwater Fishes of India ISBN: 9788181715098 Paperback Aug 2018 Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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Language: English

The Indian literature on trematode parasites of freshwater fish is scattered and helminthologits working on this group face great difficulties in procuring literature of Indian works. This prompted the authors to compile the available information. In the present compilation they have recorded most of the species and genera from their orginal descriptions (even if they are synonymised by subsequent workers), with their hosts and localities, although comments have been given at some places. Since the types and voucher specimens are not available for study, the authors feel that until redescription is done from type hosts and localities, exact placement is not possible. The classification given by Prof. H.R. Mehra is being followed, by and large, in the present contribution.


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Class trematoda
                              Subfamily Bucephalinae Nicoll, 1914
                                    Genus Bucephalus baer, 1826
                                    Genus Bucephalopsis (Diesing, 1855) Yamaguti, 1958
                              Subfamily Neoprosorhychinae Yamaguti, 1958
                                    Genus Roparhynchus Gupta and Kumari, 1974
      Order Fasciolatidea szidat, 1936: 1
            Suborder Echinostomata szidat, 1939
                  Superfamily Echinostomatoidea faust, 1929
                        Family Echinostomatidea poche, 1925: 1
                              Subfamily Singhiinae Yamaguti, 1958
                                    Genus Singhia Yamaguti, 1958
                  Superfamily Haploporoidea Nicoll, 1935 emend, Dollfus, 1952 emend Mehra, 1961
                        Family Haploporidae Nicoll, 1914
                              Subfamily Megasoleninae manter, 1935
                                    Genus Hapladena Linton, 1910
                              Subfamily Waretrematinae belouss, 1954
                                    Genus Carassotrema Park, 1938
                                    Genus Saccoelioides Szidat, 1954
                                    Genus Haploporous Looss, 1902
                                    Genus Lecithobotrys Looss, 1902
            Suborder Fellodistomata Singh, 1960
                  Superfamily Fellodistomoidea Mehra, 1963
                        Family Fellodistomidae Nicoll, 1913
                              Subfamily Complexobursinae Yamaguri, 1971
                                    Genus Complexobursa Osmarin and Mamaev, 1963
                              Subfamily Antorchinae Yamaguti, 1958
                                    Genus Faustula Poche, 1926
                              Subfamily Monascinae Yamaguti, 1958
            Suborder Paramphistomata Nicoll, 1914
                  Superfamily Paramphistomoideda Fischoeder, 1901
                        Family Paramphistomidae Fischoeder, 1901
                              Subfamily Cleptodiscinae skrjabin, 1949
                                    Genus Neocladorchis Bhalerao, 1937
                              Subfamily Heliostomatinae skrjabin, 1949
                                    Genus Helostomatis (Fukui, 1929) Mac Callaum, 1905
                              Subfamily Dadytrematinae Yamaguti, 1958
                                    Genus Orientodiscus Srivastava, 1938
                                    Genus pseudoorientodiscus Agrawal and Sharma, 1991
                              Subfamily Nicollodiscinae Skrjabin, 1949
                                    Genus Nicollodiscus Srivastava, 1938
                              Subfamily Caballeroinae Daveraj, 1972
                                    Genus Caballeroia Thapar, 1960
            Suborder Opisthorchiata La Rue, 1957
                  Superfamily Opisthorchioidea faust, 1929 Vogel, 1934
                        Family Opisthorchiidae Braun, 1901
                              Subfamily Opisthorchinae Looss, 1899
                                    Genus Opisthorchis Blanchard, 1895
                                    Genus Gomtia Thapar, 1930
                                    Genus Thaparotrema Gupta, 1953
                              Subfamily Gomtiotreminae Gupta, 1953
                                    Genus Allogomtiotrema (Gomtiotrema Gupta, 1953) Yamaguti, 1958
                        Family Hetrophyidae Odhner, 1914
                              Subfamily Haplorchiinae Looss, 1899
                                    Genus Haplorchoides Chen, 1949
                              Subfamily Polyorchitrematinae Yamaguti, 1958
                                    Genus Polyorchitrema Srivastava, 1939
                        Family Cryptogonimidae Ciurea, 1933
            Suborder Plagiorchiata La Rue, 1957
                        Family Lepocreadiidae Nicoll, 1934
                        Family Opecoelidae stunkard, 1931
                        Family Monorchiidae Odhner, 1911
                        Family Asymphyllodoriidae
                        Family Stomylotrematidae poche, 1926

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By: KC Pandey(Author), Nirupama Agrawal(Author)
388 pages, 358 b/w line drawings
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