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Parasitic Castration of Macropodia Longirostris (Fabricius) By a Sacculinid

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Dans la région de l'Ile de Man la sacculine Drepanorchis neglecttl est présente sur deux crabes oxyrhynques, Inachus leptochirus et Macro podia longirostris. L'auteur note la nature et les effets de la castration parasitaire et relève les modifications produites sur les trente-cinq spécimens infectés de Macropodia longirostris, examinés pendant les recherches. Ces changements sont similaires à ceux signalés dans les cas de castrations parasitaires observés chez d'autres crabes.

Affiliations: 1: Marine Biological Station, Port Erin, Great Britain


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