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larval anisakids (nematoda: ascaridoidea) in horse mackerel (trachurus trachurus) from the fish market in granada (spain).horse mackerel (trachurus trachurus) from the fish market in granada, south spain, were surveyed for anisakid nematodes. the fish came from fishing ports all over the country. larval anisakids were found in 39.4% of the fish examined. in all, 26.1% were infected with third-stage larvae (l3s) of anisakis simplex; 0.3%, with a. physeteris l3s; 31.1%, with hysterothylacium aduncum l3s; and 1.7%, with fourth-stage larvae (l4s) of hysterothylacium sp. horse mackerel from mediterranean sea coast ports ...19968801559
anisakid parasites of two forkbeards (phycis blennoides and phycis phycis) from the mediterranean coasts of andalucía (southern spain).an epidemiological survey of anisakids was carried out on 209 specimens of greater forkbeard (phycis blennoides) and 58 of forkbeard (phycis phycis) captured off the mediterranean coasts of andalucía (southern spain). four species of nematodes were identified: anisakis simplex s.l., anisakis physeteris, hysterothylacium aduncum and hysterothylacium fabri. the total prevalence was 62.06% in the forkbeard and 58.85% in the greater forkbeard. the highest values of prevalence (56.90%), mean intensit ...200616168705
larval anisakids (nematoda:ascaridoidea) in horse mackerel (trachurus trachurus) from the fish market in granada, spain.horse mackerel (trachurus trachurus) from the fish market in granada, southern spain, were surveyed for anisakid nematodes. the fish came from fishing ports all over the country. larval anisakids were found in 39.4% of the fish examined; 26.1% were infected with third-stage larvae (l3s) of anisakis simplex; 0.3%, with a. physeteris l3s; 31.1%, with hysterothylacium aduncum l3s; and 1.7%, with fourth-stage larvae (l4s) of hysterothylacium sp. horse mackerel from mediterranean sea coastal ports (s ...19968740547
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