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Three new species of parasitic copepods (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Shiinoidae) infecting the nasal lamellae of Japanese actinopterygian fishes

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[Three new species of the family Shiinoidae, Shiinoa japonica, S. purionura, and Parashiinoa cookeola are described based on specimens recovered from the nasal lamellae of Japanese actinopterygian fishes, Kyphosus vaigiensis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825), Prionurus scalprum Valenciennes, 1835, and Cookeolus japonicus (Cuvier, 1829), respectively. The male of S. japonica and the male copepodid II of P. cookeola are described. All host fishes named above represent new host families for the Shiinoidae. The phylogenetic affinity of this family with the Philichthyidae is discussed. Trois espèces nouvelles de la famille des Shiinoidae, Shiinoa japonica, S. purionura, et Parashiinoa cookeola sont décrites à partir de spécimens prélevés sur les lamelles nasales des poissons actinoptérygiens japonais, Kyphosus vaigiensis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825), Prionurus scalprum Valenciennes, 1835, et Cookeolus japonicus (Cuvier, 1829), respectivement. Le mâle de S. japonica et le copépodite II mâle de P. cookeola sont décrits. Tous les poissons-hôtes nommés ci-dessus représentent de nouvelles familles-hôtes pour les Shiinoidae. L'affinité phylogénétique de cette famille avec celle des Philichthyidae est discutée., Three new species of the family Shiinoidae, Shiinoa japonica, S. purionura, and Parashiinoa cookeola are described based on specimens recovered from the nasal lamellae of Japanese actinopterygian fishes, Kyphosus vaigiensis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825), Prionurus scalprum Valenciennes, 1835, and Cookeolus japonicus (Cuvier, 1829), respectively. The male of S. japonica and the male copepodid II of P. cookeola are described. All host fishes named above represent new host families for the Shiinoidae. The phylogenetic affinity of this family with the Philichthyidae is discussed. Trois espèces nouvelles de la famille des Shiinoidae, Shiinoa japonica, S. purionura, et Parashiinoa cookeola sont décrites à partir de spécimens prélevés sur les lamelles nasales des poissons actinoptérygiens japonais, Kyphosus vaigiensis (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825), Prionurus scalprum Valenciennes, 1835, et Cookeolus japonicus (Cuvier, 1829), respectivement. Le mâle de S. japonica et le copépodite II mâle de P. cookeola sont décrits. Tous les poissons-hôtes nommés ci-dessus représentent de nouvelles familles-hôtes pour les Shiinoidae. L'affinité phylogénétique de cette famille avec celle des Philichthyidae est discutée.]

Affiliations: 1: Izawa Marine Biological Laboratory, 795-16 Kannonji, Tsu, Mie 514-0062, Japan

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2009-09-01
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