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On the Occurrence of Dinoflagellate Parasitism in a Freshwater Calanoid Copepod (Boeckella Hamata Brehm)

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L'auteur signale le parasitisme du Copépode d'eau douce, Boeckella hamata Brehm, par un Dinoflagellé qui ressemble à Syndinium. C'est probablement la première fois que l'on mentionne un tel cas de parasitisme chez des Copépodes d'eau douce. L'incidence du parasitisme est plus grande chez les copépodites et chez le C VI mâle que chez le C VI femelle. On trouve habituellement les parasites agglomérés autour du cordon nerveux et à la base des pattes natatoires, mais il y a des traces d'altération des gonades. On peut observer de minimes modifications des cinquièmes pattes chez les C V mâles parasités.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand


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