volume 75, issue 4, P906-913 2015
DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.02514
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Abstract: AbstractThe catfish species Sciades proops inhabits muddy estuaries and shallow brackish lagoons, as well as freshwater. The spatial distribution of infection with Ergasilus sp. and Contracaecum sp. showed a typical pattern of aggregate distribution. The sex of the host did not influence parasitic infections, but infection with Ergasilus sp. showed a positive and significant correlation with biometric and epidemiologic parameters, whereas infection with Contracaecum sp. was correlated only with prevalence and…

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