Parasites of Marine Fishes of the Miami Region
Helminth parasites were collected from the viscera of nine species of marine fishes caught off Miami, Florida. The list of parasites includes fifteen species, as follows: four species of Trematoda, six species of Cestoda, three species of Acanthocephala (one representing a new genus), and two species of Nematoda. The discussion of each parasite includes a comparison of specimens reported here with those reported by other investigators.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1954
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