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FIRST RECORD OF PSOROSPERMIUM HAECKELII HILGENDORF, 1883 IN A SOUTH AMERICAN PARASTACID, THE BURROWING CRAYFISH PARASTACUS PUGNAX (POEPPIG, 1835) (DECAPODA, PARASTACIDAE)

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[The discovery of Psorospermium haeckelii sporocysts in a South American parastacid, the Chilean burrowing crayfish, Parastacus pugnax, is reported. These sporocysts were found in the ovarian epithelium of three adult P. pugnax females. The most important morphological characteristics of the sporocysts are described and illustrated, and their morphological similarity with those found in Australian parastacids is analysed.

Se comunica el primer hallazgo de esporocitos de Psorospermium haeckelii en un parastácido sudamericano, el camarón excavador de Chile Parastacus pugnax. Estos esporocitos se encontraron en el epitelio ovárico de tres hembras adultas de P. pugnax. Se describen e ilustran los caracteres morfológicos más relevantes de los esporocitos y se analiza su semejanza morfológica con aquellos encontrados en parastácidos australianos., The discovery of Psorospermium haeckelii sporocysts in a South American parastacid, the Chilean burrowing crayfish, Parastacus pugnax, is reported. These sporocysts were found in the ovarian epithelium of three adult P. pugnax females. The most important morphological characteristics of the sporocysts are described and illustrated, and their morphological similarity with those found in Australian parastacids is analysed.

Se comunica el primer hallazgo de esporocitos de Psorospermium haeckelii en un parastácido sudamericano, el camarón excavador de Chile Parastacus pugnax. Estos esporocitos se encontraron en el epitelio ovárico de tres hembras adultas de P. pugnax. Se describen e ilustran los caracteres morfológicos más relevantes de los esporocitos y se analiza su semejanza morfológica con aquellos encontrados en parastácidos australianos.]

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2007-08-01
2015-01-27

Affiliations: 1: Departamento de Ciencias Básicas, Universidad de Los Lagos, Casilla 933, Osorno; Chile;˙64333455;, Fax: +56, Email: erudolph@ulagos.cl; 2: Departamento de Ciencias Básicas, Universidad de Los Lagos, Casilla 933, Osorno

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