DIVERSITY OF MONOGENEANS PARASITES FROM CHARACIFORMES FISHES IN THE BATALHA RIVER AND PEIXE'S RIVER, STATE OF SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

 

DIVERSIDAD DE PARÁSITOS MONOGENÉTICOS DE LOS PECES CHARACIFORMES EN BATALHA RÍO Y RÍO DEL PEIXE, ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

 

DIVERSIDADE DE PARASITOS MONOGENÉTICOS DOS PEIXES CHARACIFORMES NO RIO BATALHA E RIO DO PEIXE, ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

Autores: Karina Gabriele Alves Dias; Diego Henrique Mirandola Dias Vieira; Aline de Almeida Camargo; Reinaldo José da Silva; Rodney Kozlowiski de Azevedo; Vanessa Doro Abdallah

Localización: Neotropical Helminthology, 2017, 11(2), jul-dic: 317-330

ABSTRACT

In this study, 41 species of Monogenea were recorded parasitizing the gills, body surface, and nasal cavity of Characiform fishes from State of São Paulo, Brazil. The hosts were caught in Batalha River and Peixe's River between 2010 and 2015. The monogenean species recorded were: Anacanthorus sciponophallus Van Every & Kritsky, 1992, Cacatuocotyle guaibensis Gallas, Calegaro-Marques & Amato, 2014, Cacatuocotyle paranaensis Boeger, Domingues & Kritsky, 1997, Calpidothecium sp., Characithecium sp., Curvianchoratus hexacleidus Hanek, Molnar & Fernando, 1974, Curvianchoratus singularis (Suriano, 1980) Suriano, 1986, Dactylogyridae gen. sp. 1, Dactylogyridae gen. sp. 2, Demidospermus paravalenciennesi Gutiérrez & Suriano, 1992, Diaphorocleidus sp.1, Diaphorocleidussp.2, Diaphorocleidussp.3, Diaphorocleidussp.4, Diaphorocleidus kabatai (Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974) Jogunoori, Kritshy & Venkatanarasaiah, 2004, Diaphorocleidus orthodusus MendonzaFranco,Reina & Torchin, 2009, Jainus sp., Jainus amazonensis Kritsky, Thatcher & Kayton, 1980, Jainus hexops Kritsky & Leiby, 1972, Jainus leporini Abdallah, Azevedo & Luque, 2012, Notothecium deleastoideum (Kritsky, Boeger & Jégu, 1998), Notozothecium minor Boeger & Kritsky, 1988, Palombitrema triangulum (Suriano, 1981) Suriano, 1997, Pavanelliella sp., Philocorydoras margolisi (Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974), Rhinoxenus arietinus (Kritsky, Boeger & Thatcher, 1988), Rhinoxenus curimbatae Domingues & Boeger, 2005, Rhinoxenus piranhus Kritsky, Boeger & Thatcher, 1988, Sciadicleithrum sp.1, Tereancistrum ornatus Kritsky, Thatcher & Kayton, 1980, Tereancistrum toksonum Lizama, Takemoto & Pavanelli, 2004, Trinibaculum altiparanae (Abdallah, Azevedo & Silva, 2013), Urocleidoides sp., Urocleidoides aimarai Moreira, Scholz & Luque, 2015, Urocleidoides cuiabai Rosim, Mendoza-Franco & Luque, 2011, Urocleidoides eremitus Kritsky, Thatcher & Boeger, 1986, Urocleidoides malabaricus Rosim, Mendoza-Franco & Luque 2011, Urocleidoides paradoxos (Kritsky, Thatcher & Boeger, 1986), Urocleidoides trinidadensis Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974, Gyrodactylidae gen. sp. and Gyrodactylus sp.2. Of these species, 29 species are new host records. Besides that, 22 and 14 species are new geographical records for Batalha River and Peixe's River, respectively.

Keywords: Dactlogyridae – gills – Gyrodactylidae – nasal cavity – Platyhelminthes – body surface

RESUMO

 

Neste estudo, 41 espécies de Monogenea foram registradas parasitando as brânquias, superfície corporal e cavidade nasal de peixes Characiformes do Estado de São Paulo, Brasil. Os hospedeiros foram coletados no rio Batalha e no rio do Peixe entre 2010 e 2015. As espécies de monogenéticos registrados foram: Anacanthorus sciponophallus Van Every & Kritsky, 1992, Cacatuocotyle guaibensis Gallas, CalegaroMarques & Amato, 2014, Cacatuocotyle paranaensis Boeger, Domingues & Kritsky, 1997, Calpidothecium sp., Characithecium sp., Curvianchoratus hexacleidus Hanek, Molnar & Fernando, 1974, Curvianchoratus singularis (Suriano, 1980) Suriano, 1986, Dactylogyridae gen. sp. 1, Dactylogyridae gen. sp. 2, Demidospermus paravalenciennesi Gutiérrez & Suriano, 1992, Diaphorocleidus sp.1, Diaphorocleidus sp.2, Diaphorocleidus sp.3, Diaphorocleidus sp.4, Diaphorocleidus kabatai (Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974), Diaphorocleidus orthodusus MendonzaFranco,Reina & Torchin, 2009, Jainussp., Jainus amazonensis Kritsky, Thatcher & Kayton, 1980, Jainus hexops Kritsky & Leiby, 1972, Jainus leporini Abdallah, Azevedo & Luque, 2012, Notothecium deleastoideum (Kritsky, Boeger & Jégu, 1998), Notozothecium minor Boeger & Kritsky, 1988, Palombitrema triangulum (Suriano, 1981) Suriano, 1997, Pavanelliella sp., Philocorydoras margolisi Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974, Rhinoxenus arietinus (Kritsky, Boeger & Thatcher, 1988), Rhinoxenus curimbatae Domingues & Boeger, 2005, Rhinoxenus piranhus Kritsky, Boeger & Thatcher, 1988, Sciadicleithrum sp.1, Tereancistrum ornatus Kritsky, Thatcher & Kayton, 1980, Tereancistrum toksonum Lizama, Takemoto & Pavanelli, 2004, Trinibaculum altiparanae (Abdallah, Azevedo & Silva, 2013), Urocleidoidessp., Urocleidoides aimarai Moreira, Scholz & Luque, 2015, Urocleidoides cuiabai Rosim, Mendoza-Franco & Luque, 2011, Urocleidoides eremitus Kritsky, Thatcher & Boeger, 1986, Urocleidoides malabaricus Rosim, Mendoza-Franco & Luque 2011, Urocleidoides paradoxos (Kritsky, Thatcher & Boeger, 1986), Urocleidoides trinidadensis Molnar, Hanek & Fernando, 1974, Gyrodactylidae gen. sp. e Gyrodactylus sp.2. Destas espécies, 29 espécies apresentaram novos registros de hospedeiro. Além disso, 22 e 14 espécies são novos registros geográficos para o rio Batalha e rio do Peixe, respectivamente.

Palavras chave: Dactlogyridae – brânquias – Gyrodactylidae – cavidade nasal – Platyhelminthes – superfície do corpo

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