St. Petersburg, RUSSIA
1-7 July, 2000




Saturday, July 1st

Arrival of participants

9.00 – 22.00 Registration of participants at the Zoological Institute (Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

Sunday, July 2nd

9.00 – 18.00 Registration of participants at the Zoological Institute (Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)
15.00 – 18.00 Sightseeing City tour
18.00 – 21.00 “Get-together” at the Zoological Institute (Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

Monday, July 3rd

(Conference Hall of the St. Petersburg State University, Universitetskaya

naberezhnaya, 7)

10.00 – 11.00 Opening Ceremony
11.00 – 11.40 Plenary lecture
11.40 – 12.10 Coffee
12.10 – 13.30 Plenary lectures
13.30 – 15.00 Lunch
15.00 – 16.20 Plenary lectures
16.20 – 16.50 Coffee
16.50 – 18.10 Plenary lectures
18.10 – 18.40 Oral presentations

Tuesday, July 4th

Scientific session: “Parasites of marine and coastal birds”  (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute,                                  Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

10.00 – 11.20 Plenary lectures
11.20 – 11.50 Coffee
11.50 – 13.20 Oral presentations
13.30 – 15.00 Lunch
15.30 Excursion to the Hermitage Museum

Wednesday, July 5th

Scientific session: “Ecological-parasitological problems of NW Europe” (Conference Hall of the Zoological                                  Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

10.00 - 11.20 Plenary lectures
11.20 - 11.50 Coffee
11.50 - 13.20 Oral presentations
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
15.00 - 18.00 Poster presentations

Thursday, July 6th

I. Continuation of the scientific session: “Ecological-parasitological problems of NW Europe” (Conference Hall of                                                                      the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

10.00 - 11.30 Oral presentations
11.30 - 12.00 Coffee
12.00 - 13.30 Oral presentations
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
15.00 - 16.30 Oral presentations
16.30 - 17.00 Coffee

II. Scientific session: “Ecological aspects of general and particular parasitology” (Lecture-hall No. 140, St.                                       Petersburg State University, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 7)

10.00 - 11.30 Oral presentations
11.30 - 12.00 Coffee
12.00 - 13.15 Oral presentations
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
15.00 - 16.15 Oral presentations
16.30 - 17.00 Coffee

III. Closing of the Symposium

17.00 – 17.40 (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)
19.00 Symposium Banquet

Friday, July 7th

9.00 – 18.00 Full day Post Symposium Tour

Saturday, July 8th

Departure of participants



Monday, July 3rd

(Conference Hall of the St. Petersburg State University, Universitetskaya

naberezhnaya, 7)

10.00 – 11.00 Opening Ceremony

Chairman: K.V. Galaktionov

Welcome by the Director of the Zoological Institute A.F. Alimov
Welcome by the pro-rector of the St. Petersburg State University V.N. Trojan
Welcome by the President of the Russian Parasitological Society A.N. Alekseev
Welcome by the President of the Scandinavian Society for Parasitology E.T. Valtonen

Plenary lecture

Chairman: E.T. Valtonen

11.00 – 11.40 C.R. Kennedy Freshwater fish parasites and habitat change

11.40 – 12.10 Coffee

Plenary lecture

Chairman: C.R. Kennedy

12.10 - 12.50 O.N. Pugachev Infracommunities: structure and composition
12.50 - 13.30 E.T. Valtonen, K. Pulkkinen & M. Julkunen Getting to the core of parasite communities: separating reality from noise

13.30 - 15.00 Lunch

Plenary lectures

Chairman: E.P. Hoberg

15.00 - 15.40 C. Combes Selective pressures and parasite strategies
15.40 - 16.20 K.V. Galaktionov & A.A. Dobrovolskij Ecological approach in analysis of evolution of trematode life cycles

16.20 - 16.50 Coffee

Plenary lectures

Chairman: P. Hudson

16.50 - 17.30 A. Skorping & A.F. Read What determines the longevity of parasitic nematodes?
17.30 - 18.10 R.Poulin The evolutionary ecology of parasite-induced changes in host phenotype


Oral presentations

18.10 – 18.25 V. Stunzenas Parasite’s messenger RNA as genetically specific host immunosuppressive agent: new hypotheses
18.25 – 18.40 K. Buchmann, J. Sigh, C.V. Nielsen, M. Dalgaard, T. Lindenstrrm & A. Li Comparison of immune response mechanisms in rainbow trout against gyrodactylids and ciliates


Tuesday, July 4th

Scientific session: “Parasites of marine and coastal birds” (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

Plenary lectures

Chairman: C. Combes

10.00 – 10.40 P. Hudson Parasite application in conservation and pest control
10.40 – 11.20 E.P. Hoberg & A. Adams Phylogeny, history and biodiversity: Understanding faunal structure and biogeography in the marine realm

11.20- 11.50 Coffee

Oral presentations

Chairman: K. Skirnisson

11.50 – 12.05 G. Valkiunas & T. Iezhova Parasites in hosts with special life histories
12.05 – 12.20 J. Mellen Patterns of similarity in the parasite fauna of Larus gulls
12.20 – 12.35 O.V. Dolnik Isospora (Protozoa, Sporozoa) infection in passerine birds of various feeding styles
12.35 – 12.50 S.V. Mironov Seasonal dynamics of the feather mite Monojoubertia microphylla (Astigamata: Analgoidea: Proctophyllodidae) on the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
12.50 – 13.05 A.M. Gorbushin Exploitation of gastropods by trematodes: host morphology and parasite strategy
13.05 – 13.20 A.I. Granovitch Parasitic systems of Trematodes and the mechanisms of their regulation

13.30 - 15.00 Lunch

15.30 Excursion to the Hermitage Museum


Wednesday, July 5th

Scientific session: “Ecological-parasitological problems of NW Europe” (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

Plenary lectures

Chairman: R. Poulin

10.00 – 10.40 A.N. Alekseev & H.V. Dubinina Vector (tick) as ecological niche of different parasitic organisms
10.40 – 11.20 D. Ebert Ecology and genetics of Daphnia-microparasite interactions: which factors determine parasite distribution?

11.20 - 11.50 Coffee

Oral presentations

Chairman: A. Skorping

11.50 – 12.05 B. Sures, G. Scheef, W. Kloas & H. Taraschewski First studies on the stress response of mammals following helminth infections and heavy metal exposure
12.05 – 12.20 J. Taskinen, R. Kortet & T. Sinisalo Sexual ornaments signal parasite resistance in a male fish
12.20 – 12.35 P. Galli & G. Crosa “Core and satellite” hypothesis: an example from fish parasite communities
12.35 – 12.50 T. Larsen & F.R. Lund Mortality of Atlantic salmon parr due to high intensities of eyeflukes
12.50 – 13.05 E. Golicova A study of parasite fauna of Phoxinus phoxinus L. from small rivers of Northern Dvina basin
13.05 – 13.20 A.B. Karasev Variability of parasite fauna of the oceanic fish species during different periods of a migration cycle (by the example of blue whiting of the Northwest Atlantic)
13.20 – 13.35 J. Hoglund, S.O. Dimander & P.J. Waller A seroepidemiological survey on Dictyocaulus viviparus, lungworm infection of cattle in Sweden

13.35 - 15.00 Lunch

15.00 - 18.00 Poster presentations


Thursday, July 6th

I. Continuation of the scientific session: “Ecological-parasitological problems of NW Europe” (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 1)

Oral presentations

Chairman: O. Pugachev

10.00 – 10.15 B. Sures The ecological value of acanthocephalans for detecting traffic related pollution
10.15 – 10.30 G. Efremova Parasitological monitoring in evacuation zone near Chernobyl NPP
10.30 – 10.45 K. MacKenzie, W. Hemmingsen & P.A. Jansen Interrelationships of crabs, leeches, fish and trypanosomes in coastal waters of North Norway
10.45 – 11.00 M. Gelnar, S. Sebelova, L. Dusek, J. Jarkovsk?, L. Machala, B. Koubkova & P. Jurajda   Biodiversity of fish parasites in relation to environmental stress
11.00 – 11.15 T. Hakalahti & E.T. Valtonen Population dynamics of Argulus coregoni Thorell (Crustacea: Branchiura)
11.15 – 11.30 P.J. Waller, S.O. Dimander, G. W.Yeates & J. Hoglund   Environmental impact assessment of parasite control measures in cattle

11.30 - 12.00 Coffee

Oral presentations

Chairman: A.N. Alekseev

12.00 – 12.15 S.E. Randolph & D.J. Rogers Changing risk of tick-borne encephalitis in Scandinavia with predicted climate change
12.15 – 12.30 P.M. Jensen   Consecutive flagging samples – a simple method to obtain detailed information on the hostseeking activity of Ixodes ricinus
12.30 – 12.45 A.V. Semenov, A.N. Alekseev & H.V. Dubinina   Electrophoretypes, genotypes and Borrelia agents of Ixodes persulcatus ticks
12.45 – 13.00 S.O. Dimander, J. Hoglund & P.J. Waller   Parasitic gastroenteritis of cattle in Sweden: importance of the ecology of the free-living stages
13.00 – 13.15 H. Talvik, C.M. Christensen & T. Jarvis Estonian Oesophagostomum spp. isolates in pigs
13.15 – 13.30 V.G. Fyodorova & Z.S. Lalaeva Ixodidae ticks’ ecology in Novgorod forest region under the condition of anthropogenic loading

13.30 – 15.00 Lunch

Oral presentations

Chairman: K. MacKenzie

15.00 – 15.15 V. Mikheev, A. Pasternak & E.T. Valtonen How does Argulus foliaceus L. (Crustacea: Branchiura) match with their hosts at the behavioural and ecological scales?
15.15 – 15.30 A. Pasternak, K. Pulkkinen, V. Mikhheev & E.T. Valtonen Feeding relationships of intermediate hosts affect transmission success of larval cestodes
15.30 – 15.45 M. Gelnar, I. Matejusova, A. Simkova & S. Morand Community ecology of three different monogenean parasite-host systems
15.45 – 16.00 A. Gaevskaya & E. Dmitrieva Comparative analysis of the monogenean faunae from the Black and Baltic Seas
16.00 – 16.15 G. Dorovskikh Parasite community structure as an index of the environmental condition
16.15 – 16.30 E. Bacevicius The main features and factors limiting metazoan parasites communities in fish of the Baltic Sea (Lithuanian coastal zone) and Curonian Lagoon

16.30 – 17.00 Coffee

II. Scientific session: “Ecological aspects of general and particular parasitology” (Lecture-hall No. 140, St. Petersburg State University, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya, 7)

Oral presentations

Chairman: V.L. Kontrimavichus

10.00 – 10.15 V.M. Apatenko Parasitocenology and new conception on aetiology of contagious diseases
10.15 – 10.30 L.A. Ghitchenok Species life cycle, developmental cycle and life scheme in parasitology (definition and correlation of notions)
10.30 – 10.45 A.B. Shatrov Morphophysiological and ecological analysis of ontogenesis in terrestrial Parasitengona (Acariformes)
10.45 – 11.00 K.V. Khalturin, N.A. Mikhailova & A.I. Granovitch Genetic heterogeneity of trematode species reflects the structure of their natural populations
11.00 – 11.15 G.L. Ataev, A.A. Dobrovolskij, A.V. Avanessian &C. Coustau Significance of amebocyte-producing organ of Biomphalaria glabrata snails (strains selected for susceptibility/resistance) in cellular response to Echinostoma caproni mother sporocyst infection
11.15 – 11.30 A. Marchenkov Notes on the mesoparasitism.

11.30 - 12.00 Coffee

Oral presentations

Chairman: D. Ebert

12.00 – 12.15 B. Krasnov & I. Khokhlova The effect of host density on ectoparasite distribution
12.15 – 12.30 R. Petkeviciute Karyotypical differentiation of the species of Eubothrium (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea)
12.30 – 12.45 G. Stanevciute, V. Kiseliene & R. Petkeviciute Morphological and karyological studies of Echinochasmus sp. cercaria (Trematoda, Echinochasmidae).
12.45 – 13.00 S.M. Sadjjadi Nematodes fauna of sheep with emphasize to zoonoses in the west of Iran
13.00 – 13.15 A. Gaevskaya Department of Ecological Parasitology, the Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas, on the turn of Millennium.

13.15 - 15.00 Lunch

Oral presentations

Chairman: G. Valkiunas

15.00 – 15.15 E. Dmitrieva Host specificity and dispersal strategy of gyrodactylids in the Black Sea coastal biocenosis
15.15 – 15.30 D.W. Evans & M.A. Matthews The eel swimbladder nematode Anguillicola crassus (Nematoda: Dracunculoidea) in Irish eels
15.30 – 15.45 A. Farahnak Fish Anisakidae in Khuzestan province of South West Iran
15.45 – 16.00 M.D. Badmaeva, N.M. Pronin & S.V. Pronina The community of Myxosporea from the kidney of the roach Rutilus rutilus lacustris
16.00 – 16.15 Sh.R. Ibrahimov & B.S. Agayeva Ecological characteristics of the fish parasite fauna in north-eastern Azerbaijan rivers

16.30 – 17.00 Coffee

III. Closing of the Symposium (Conference Hall of the Zoological Institute, Universitetskaya naberezhnaya,1)

Chairmen:A.A. Alekseev & E.T. Valtonen

17.00 – 17.40

19.00 Symposium Banquet


Poster session on Wednesday, July 5th, 15.00 – 18.00


Posters are displayed in alphabetical order of their first author’s last name and numbered from 1 – 73.

Posters should be put up on Tuesday morning (from 9.00) and displayed until the end of the Symposium.

Authors are kindly requested to be at their posters during the poster session.



  1. Sporozoans (Sporozoa, Apicomplexa) – parasites of blood of tundra water-swamp birds, spending winter in Azerbaijan
  2. M. Aliyev, G.Gaibova, M. Musayev & E. Sultanov

  3. Comparative analysis of the helminthocenoses of the native riparian mustelids (Lutra lutra, Mustela lutreola) in connection with a width of food spectra
  4. E. Anisimova & V. Sidorovich

  5. The significance of mollusks in supporting life cycles of Trematodes
  6. G.L. Ataev, E.V. Kozminsky & A.A. Dobrovolskij

  7. The parasitic systems of acanthocephalans of genus Filicollis Luhe, 1911 (Acanthocephala) and their modifications within ranges
  8. G.I. Atrashkevich

  9. Histological and histochemical changes of Toxocara canis tissues under the action of levamisole
  10. R. Aukstikalniene, O. Kublickiene & A. Vysniauskas

  11. Ecological analysis of fish parasite fauna in Kaliningrad region reservoirs
  12. E. Avdeeva & E. Evdokimova

  13. Hemosporidian parasites of birds from Belarus
  14. A. Babushnikova

  15. Pomphorhynchus laevis (Muller, 1776) (Acanthocephala) remains in mesenterium tissue of flounder (Platichthys flesus L.): morphology, localization and origin
  16. E. Bacevicius

  17. Gammarids of Lake Baikal basin as intermediate hosts of helminths
  18. D.R. Baldanova, U.A. Kritskaya & N.M. Pronin

  19. Comparative analysis of the parasite fauna of the brown trout parr (Salmo trutta L.) from some water bodies of the Paanajarvi National Park and the river Oulanka
  20. Y.Y. Barskaya, B.S. Shulman & E.P. Ieshko

  21. Parasite communities of small rodents in the Paanajarvi and Oulanka National Parks
  22. S.V. Bugmyrin, E.P. Ieshko, V.S. Anikanova & L.A. Bespyatova

  23. Special features of formation of rodents helminthocenoses in urban landscapes of Belarus
  24. E. Bychkova

  25. Importance of the ecologically determined characters in the taxonomy of Cestodes
  26. S. Bondarenko & V. Kontrimavichus

  27. Role of horseflies (Diptera, Tabanidae) in the ecological balance of biota
  28. P.A. Chirov & A.M. Peterson

  29. House dust mites in four Vilnius pre-schools
  30. A. Dautartiene & A. Jurkuvenaite

  31. Differentiation and placental-like organization of the uterus for Nippotaenia mogurndae (Cestoda)
  32. V.G. Davydov & J.V. Korneva

  33. Endoparasites of juvenile (age 0+, 1+) cod, Gadus morhua, in Icelandic waters – preliminary results
  34. M. Eydal, A. Kristmundsson, S.H. Bambir, R. Magnusdottir & S. Helgason

  35. How nematodes communicate,- with a note on phasmid ultrastructure
  36. H.-P. Fagerholm, M. Brunaska, A. Roepstorpf, G. Jungersen & L. Eriksen

  37. Intercommunications between zone of mitebite (genus Ixodes) localization and human bioenergetical system
  38. V. Fyodorova & V. Kosenko

  39. Coccidia (Sporozoa, Apicomplexa) of the water and marsh fowl of tundra wintering in Azerbaijan
  40. G. Gaibova, M. Aliyev, M. Musayev & E. Sultanov

  41. Cestodes of eider duck population inhabiting Spitzbergen and Franz Josef Land (preliminary communication)
  42. A.K. Galkin, K.V. Galaktionov & S.F. Marasaev

  43. Parasite invasion as a risk factor in the development of inflammatory diseases of the pelvis organs
  44. T.A. Gasanova, A.V. Mikhailov & P.A.Chirov

  45. Eudiplozoon nipponicum (Diplozoidae, Monogenea) – comparative analysis of microecology and habitat specificity in relation to parasite ontogenetic development
  46. M. Gelnar, I. Hodova, B. Koubkova, A. Simkova & T.H.Zurawski

  47. Taxonomy and systematics of Monogenean family Diplozoidae in the light of recent knowledge
  48. M. Gelnar, B. Koubkova, I. Hricova, M. Dlouha & M.Klimova

  49. Some characteristics of distribution of Tetraonchus monenteron (Monogenea) and Ergasilus sieboldi (Crustacea) on gills of pike Esox lucius
  50. P.I. Gerasev

  51. Comparative analysis of Monogenean faunas and populations from several Beloniformes fishes
  52. L.A. Ghitchenok

  53. Laboratory rat as a definitive and an intermediate host for Sarcocystis rodentifelis (Protista: Coccidia) from black rat
  54. J. Grikieniene & L. Kutkiene

  55. The helminth fauna of the common shrew, Sorex araneus L., from two places near Vienna, Austria
  56. C. Hoerweg

  57. Are population dynamics of willow ptarmigan affected by parasites?
  58. P. Holmstad, P. Hudson & A. Skorping

  59. Ecological analysis of the fish myxosporean fauna of Azerbaijan water bodies in the light of new data about biology of these parasites
  60. Sh.R. Ibrahimov & R.K. Kerimova

  61. On the formation of infection focuses of seabirds echinostomosis in the Barents Sea
  62. D. Ishkulov

  63. Trichinellosis situation in Estonia
  64. T. Jarvis, I. Miller & E. Pozio

  65. Efficacy of some integrated and non-chemotherapeutic control methods against lamb monieziasis in Estonia
  66. A. Kaarma & E. Magi

  67. Several aspects of influence of abnormal light conditions on the preimaginal stages of blood-sucking mosquitoes
  68. S. Karpova

  69. Host-parasite interactions and parasite transmission: studies with Diplostomum
  70. A. Karvonen, E.T. Valtonen & P.J. Hudson

  71. The helminths of the reptiles from South Urals
  72. V. Khabibullin

  73. Parasites of the eel in Latvia
  74. M. Kirjusina & K. Vismanis

  75. On the fauna of isopoda fish parasites of the Atlantic coast of North-Western Europe
  76. A.F. Kononenko

  77. Isopoda – the parasites of the North Sea fishes
  78. A.F. Kononenko

  79. The parasite capacity of the host population
  80. E.V.Kozminsky

  81. Ectoparasites of juvenile (age 0+, 1+) cod, Gadus morhua, in Icelandic waters – preliminary results
  82. A. Kristmundsson, M. Eydal, S.H. Bambir, R. Magnusdottir & S. Helgason

  83. Parasitism as a bioindicator of ecological and seasonal characteristics of the seabird populations (by the example of the murres from Seven Islands Archipelago)
  84. V.V. Kuklin

  85. Assessment of pathogenicity of seabirds’ helminths using the biochemical testing
  86. M.M. Kuklina & V.V. Kuklin

  87. The coprophagy and transplacental transmission as possible ways of distribution of some sarcosporidian (Protista: Coccidia) species in rodents
  88. L. Kutkiene & J. Grikieniene

  89. New disease in perch (Perca fluviatilis): occurrence of lymphocystis in Finnish lakes
  90. K.M. Leskisenoja, E.T. Valtonen & R.W.Hoffmann

  91. New data on the epidemiology of bird haemoproteids on the Curonian Spit
  92. G. Liutkevicius

  93. Tissue response of mussel to parasitic infection as element of parasite system functioning
  94. V.K. Machkevsky

  95. The characters of structure and functioning of parasite system of Helicometra fasciata (Opecoelidae, Trematoda)
  96. V.K. Machkevsky, A.V. Gaevskaya & Y.M.Korniychuk

  97. Effects of different natural products against sarcoptic mange mites in swine
  98. E.Magi & A.Kaarma

  99. Studies on the female reproductive system of Diphyllobothrium latum
  100. L.G. Poddubnaya

  101. Influence of environmental factors on survival of trematode cercariae from littoral prosobranch of the White Sea and the Barents Sea: experimental study
  102. V.V. Prokofiev

  103. Platelet activation markers in parasitic diseases
  104. D. Prokopowicz, J. Matowicka-Karna & A. Panasiuk

  105. A PCR – based method for the detection of Tetrahymena corlissi contamination in Ihthyophthirius multifiliis in-vitro culture
  106. D. Pugovkin

  107. Dependence of Teleostei helminth fauna from the Atlantic Antarctic waters on their feeding peculiarities
  108. G. Rodjuk

  109. The influence of magnetized water on larvae Culex pipiens
  110. O.G. Rogachyova

  111. Preliminary data on nucleotide sequences of 18S rDNA of 2 species of crustaceans parasites from lake Baikal
  112. O. Rusinek, K. Kuznedelov & E. Rusinek

  113. Comparison of the helminth fauna of Bufo viridis Laurenti, 1786 and Bufo regularis Reuss , 1828 collected in Egypt
  114. D. Schneider & H. Sattmann

  115. Some results of investigation of “black spot” disease of bream (Abramis brama) from the Curonian Lagoon (south-west part of the Baltic Sea)
  116. O. Shuhgalter

  117. Why do brown rats Rattus norvegicus living in the sewage system of the town of Reykjavik have so few parasites?
  118. K. Skirnisson & E. Johannsdottir

  119. Host specificity of gamasid mites (Gamasina: Spinturnicidae, Macronyssidae) from bats (Chiroptera)
  120. M.K. Stanyukovich

  121. Are monogeneans Ancyrocephalus paradoxus capable of regulating the structure of population of 0+ class of Stizostedion lucioperca?
  122. V.K. Starovoitov & P.I. Gerasev

  123. Tumor-like affections of Cyprinid fish (Pisces, Cyprinidae) from Curonian Gulf
  124. R.V. Sudarev & V.K. Starovoitov

  125. Spreading of mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in different habitats on urban territory
  126. N. Tereshkina & M. Trukhan

  127. The influence of occasional factor (pollution) on abundance of predominant parasites’ species of shrimp Palaemon elegans Rathke in the Black Sea
  128. L. Tkachuk

  129. Dynamics of abundance of Hysterothylacium aduncum (Nematoda) sprat parasite in the Black Sea
  130. L. Tkachuk

  131. Tendency of the polycyclic seasonal development of Proteocephalus cernuae in the Rybinsk Reservoir
  132. A.V. Tyutin

  133. Regularities in the distribution of lethal haemosporidian parasites of poultry
  134. G. Valkiunas & T. Iezhova

  135. Distribution of Paracoenogonimus ovatus Katsurada, 1914 in fishes of Russia
  136. V. Voronin, R. Kudenzova, Y. Strelkov, N. Chernyshova, E. Golubeva, A. Zhokhov, M. Safronov & V. Fetisov

  137. Occurrence of Microsporidia and Schistocephalus spp. in sticklebacks of the Gulf of Finland near St. Petersburg: results of long-term observations
  138. V.N. Voronin & M.E. Safronov

  139. On pathogenic effect of Mixidium gadi (Cnidospora, Myxosporea ) on gall-bladder of Merlangius merlangus euxinus in the Black Sea
  140. V.M. Yurakhno & N.N. Naidenova

  141. Dynamics of the infestation by Myxidium gadi and Ceratomyxa merlangi (Cnidospora, Myxosporea) in Merlangius merlangus euxinus population near Sevastopol (Black Sea)
  142. V.M. Yurakhno

  143. The Plathelminths of insectivores in Lithuania
  144. R. Zasityte

  145. Anthropogenic pressure influence on the Ixodes tick populations
  146. S.D. Zharkov, P.M. Jensen, H.V. Dubinina & A.N. Alekseev


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Thursday, July 6th