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A REVIEW OF THE SPECIES OF PROTOZOAN EPIBIONTS ON CRUSTACEANS. II. SUCTORIAN CILIATES

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[An inventary of the suctorian (Protozoa, Ciliophora) epibiont species on crustaceans has been carried out. Data concerning 124 epibiont species, their taxonomic position, and the various crustacean basibionts were considered. This study may be of use in further surveys of protozoan-crustacean epibiosis.

Se ha realizado un inventario de las especies de suctores (Protozoa, Ciliophora) epibiontes en crustáceos. Se han considerado los datos concernientes a 124 especies epibiontes, su posición taxonómica, y los diferentes crustáceos basibiontes. Este estudio puede ser de utilidad en futuras investigaciones sobre la epibiosis protozoos-crustáceos., An inventary of the suctorian (Protozoa, Ciliophora) epibiont species on crustaceans has been carried out. Data concerning 124 epibiont species, their taxonomic position, and the various crustacean basibionts were considered. This study may be of use in further surveys of protozoan-crustacean epibiosis.

Se ha realizado un inventario de las especies de suctores (Protozoa, Ciliophora) epibiontes en crustáceos. Se han considerado los datos concernientes a 124 especies epibiontes, su posición taxonómica, y los diferentes crustáceos basibiontes. Este estudio puede ser de utilidad en futuras investigaciones sobre la epibiosis protozoos-crustáceos.]

Affiliations: 1: Departamento de Biologia Animal I (Zoologia), Facultad de Biologia, Pnta 9a, Universidad Complutense, E-28040 Madrid, Spain

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2000-12-01
2016-08-24

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