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parasitisation by bathycreadium elongatum (digenea, opecoelidae) in pyloric caeca of trachyrincus scabrus (teleostei, macrouridae).a novel process of transmural passive displacement of a digenean parasite was studied in the digestive tract of the roughsnout grenadier trachyrincus scabrus, which is found in the northwestern mediterranean sea. this mechanism seems to facilitate the elimination of a significant portion of intestinal parasites. the digenean parasite bathycreadium elongatum was found in the intestine, mainly within pyloric caeca, in 74.4% of t. scabrus, with a mean abundance of 44 individuals per fish. nodule-li ...201122132502
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