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Ancyroniscus Bonnieri (Isopoda, Epicaridea) Infecting British Populations of Dynamene Bidentata (Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae)

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L'Isopode Epicaride Ancyroniscus bonnieri, qui infeste l'Isopode Sphéromide Dynamene bidentata, a été observé en Grande Bretagne pour la première fois. Le pourcentage de l'infestation diminue lorsque la limite septentrionale de l'extension de l'hôte est atteinte. Les phases épicaridiénnes et cryptonisciennes sont décrites en détail. Le cycle biologique d'une femelle adulte a été analysé d'après les résultats des observations précédentes; il a été conclu que les jeunes femelles, après leur phase interne cryptoniscienne, forcent leur chemin partiellement dans le marsupium d'hôte. On a des raisons de croire que le mode normal de nutrition implique l'ingestion de la ponte de l'hôte.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The University, Nottingham, Great Britain

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1975-01-01
2016-09-25

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