Intestinal helminths of fish from Basswood Lake, Superior National Forest, Minnesota.

T. O. Odlaug, E. G. Arseneau, G. H. Brownell

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Nine species of helminths from fishes caught in the Basswood Lake in north-western Lake County, Minnesota, are stated to be "new distribution records". They are the trematodes Azygta angusticatida and Microphallus opacus, the cestodes Triaenophorui crassus; and Proteocephalus pinguis, the nematodes Contracaecum brachyurum, Dichelyne coiylophura and Spinitectus carolin; and the acanthocephalans Leptorhynchoides thecatus and Neoechinorhynchus cylindratus. The hosts examined were Esox lucius, Micropterus dolomieu and Stisostedion vitreum.H.H.W.
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Parasitology
Volume48
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1962

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Superior National Forest
Tilia
Esocidae
Brachyura
Bass
Lake Superior
Cestoda
Helminths
Lakes
helminths
nematode
Fishes
Microphallus
Proteocephalus
Contracaecum
Micropterus dolomieu
lakes
Esox lucius
Acanthocephala
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Intestinal helminths of fish from Basswood Lake, Superior National Forest, Minnesota. / Odlaug, T. O.; Arseneau, E. G.; Brownell, G. H.

In: Journal of Parasitology, Vol. 48, No. 1, 1962.

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Odlaug, T. O. ; Arseneau, E. G. ; Brownell, G. H. / Intestinal helminths of fish from Basswood Lake, Superior National Forest, Minnesota. In: Journal of Parasitology. 1962 ; Vol. 48, No. 1.
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