2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02762002000500013
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Redescription of Travassiella avitellina Rego & Pavanelli, 1987 (Proteocephalidea: Monticelliidae, Zygobothriinae), a parasite of Paulicea luetkeni (Siluriformes) from South America

Abstract: The genus Travassiella Rego & Pavanelli, 1987 comprises only one species, T. avitellina Rego & Pavanelli, 1987 characterized by these authors on the basis of absence of vitelline follicles. In this study, the presence of cortical vitelline follicles in this species is confirmed after de Chambrier and Vaucher (1999)

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“… Zungaro jahu ( Actinopterygii : Pimelodidae ); freshwater; intestine; adult; Paraná River basin; Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay ( Rego and Pavanelli 1987 ; Rego and Gibson 1989 ; Pavanelli and Machado 1991 ; Takemoto and Pavanelli 1994 ; de Chambrier and Vaucher 1999 ; de Chambrier and Gil de Pertierra 2002 ; Kohn et al 2011 ; de Chambrier et al 2014 , 2015b ).…”
Section: Parasite-host Listmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“… Zungaro jahu ( Actinopterygii : Pimelodidae ); freshwater; intestine; adult; Paraná River basin; Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay ( Rego and Pavanelli 1987 ; Rego and Gibson 1989 ; Pavanelli and Machado 1991 ; Takemoto and Pavanelli 1994 ; de Chambrier and Vaucher 1999 ; de Chambrier and Gil de Pertierra 2002 ; Kohn et al 2011 ; de Chambrier et al 2014 , 2015b ).…”
Section: Parasite-host Listmentioning
confidence: 99%
“… Zungaro zungaro ( Actinopterygii : Pimelodidae ); freshwater; intestine; adult; Amazon River basin; Brazil, Peru ( Woodland 1934c ; de Chambrier and Gil de Pertierra 2002 ; de Chambrier et al 2006a , 2014 , 2015a ).…”
Section: Parasite-host Listmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Approximately 450 fish species occur in the continental waters of Argentina (Menni, 2004;López et al, 2005), but only few have been examined for cestodes. In the Paraná River basin in Argentina, which harbours a wide variety of fish, six new proteocephalidean tapeworms have been described (Gil de Pertierra, 1995, 2003Gil de Pertierra & de Chambrier, 2000) and another seven species redescribed (Gil de Pertierra & Viozzi, 1999;Gil de Pertierra & de Chambrier, 2000;de Chambrier & Gil de Pertierra, 2002;Gil de Pertierra, 2002a, 2004Arredondo & Gil de Pertierra, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Argentina, seven new species of these parasites have been recorded in freshwater fishes (Szidat & Nani, 1951;Gil de Pertierra, 1995, 2002bGil de Pertierra & de Chambrier, 2000), and six species have been redescribed (Gil de Pertierra & Viozzi, 1999;Gil de Pertierra, 2002ade Chambrier & Gil de Pertierra, 2002;Arredondo & Gil de Pertierra, 2008).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%