Stephanostomum spp. (Digenea: Acanthocolpidae)from scombrids and carangids (Perciformes) from the Great Barrier Reef, with the description of two new species

Bray, Rodney A. and Cribb, Thomas H. (2008) Stephanostomum spp. (Digenea: Acanthocolpidae)from scombrids and carangids (Perciformes) from the Great Barrier Reef, with the description of two new species. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 79 Supp. Ago: 49S-68S.

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Author Bray, Rodney A.
Cribb, Thomas H.
Title Stephanostomum spp. (Digenea: Acanthocolpidae)from scombrids and carangids (Perciformes) from the Great Barrier Reef, with the description of two new species
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Stephanostomum spp. (Digenea: Acanthocolpidae) from scombrids and carangids (Perciformes) from the Great Barrier Reef, with the description of two new species
Translated title Stephanostomum spp. (Digenea: Acanthocolpidae) de escómbridos y carángidos (Perciformes) del arrecife de la Gran Barrera, con descripción de dos especies nuevas
Language of Title eng
spa
Journal name Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad   Check publisher's open access policy
Language of Journal Name spa
ISSN 1870-3453
Publication date 2008-08-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 79
Issue Supp. Ago
Start page 49S
End page 68S
Total pages 20
Place of publication Mexico, Mexico
Publisher Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Language eng
spa
Subject C1
060301 Animal Systematics and Taxonomy
960803 Documentation of Undescribed Flora and Fauna
Formatted abstract
Two new species and 4 Stephanostomum spp. as new host and/or locality records from Percifomes from the Great Barrier Reef are described: Stephanostomum lamothei n. sp. from Grammatorcynus bilineatus (type–host) and G. bicarinatus, Lizard Island and Swain Reefs, is characterised by its 50–55 circum–oral spines and >than 20% of the hindbody length lacking vitelline follicles; Stephanostomum Tupatupa n. sp. from Caranx papuensis, Lizard Island, is characterised by its 34–36 circum–oral spines and <8% of the hindbody length lacking vitelline follicles; Stephanostomum ditrematis (Yamaguti, 1939) is reported from Gnathanodon speciosus, Heron Island and Lizard Island; Stephanostomum hawaiiense Yamaguti, 1970 and Stephanostomum carangi Liu, 1998 are reported from Carangoides fulvoguttatus, Lizard Island; Stephanostomum nyoomwa Bray and Cribb, 2003 is reported from Caranx sexfasciatus, Lizard Island.

Se describen 2 especies nuevas del género Stephanostomum y se redescriben 4 más parásitas de perciformes del arrecife de la Gran Barrera australiana. Stephanostomum lamothei n. sp., parásito de Grammatorcynus bilineatus (hospedero–tipo) y de G. bicarinatus, de la isla Lizard y de los arrecifes Swain, se caracteriza por sus 50–55 espinas circumorales y por carecer de folículos vitelinos en más del 20% de la longitud del cuerpo; Stephanostomum Tupatupa n. sp. de Caranx papuensis de la isla Lizard, exhibe como rasgos diagnósticos 34–36 espinas circumorales y folículos vitelinos en menos del 8% de la longitud del cuerpo; Stephanostomum ditrematis (Yamaguti, 1939) se registra en Gnathanodon speciosus de las islas Heron y Lizard; Stephanostomum hawaiiense Yamaguti, 1970 y Stephanostomum carangi Liu, 1998 se recolectaron en Carangoides fulvoguttatus y finalmente, Stephanostomum nyoomwa Bray and Cribb, 2003 se encontró parasitando a Caranx sexfasciatus, ambos peces de la isla Lizard.
Keyword Digenea
Acanthocolpidae
Stephanostomum
Great Barrier Reef
Carangidae
Scombridae
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes August Supplement.

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