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Host and Locality Records of the Fish Ectoparasite, Argulus (Branchiura), From Ohio (U.S.a.)

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Argulus flavescens and A. appendiculosus were collected from five fish species in two major Ohio river basins during August-October, 1994. The golden redhorse, Moxostoma erythrurum, is a new host record for Argulus. The 1994 records as well as past host and distribution records of Argulus in Ohio and Lake Erie (U.S. and Canadian waters) have been compiled. Six species, A. flavescens, A. appendiculosus, A. lepidostei, A. stizostethii, A. americanus, and A. catostomi have been recorded from 15 Ohio fish species.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois 62901-6501, U.S.A.

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