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Morphology of two new species of Cercariae virgulae (Lühe, 1909) group. P. 169-184.
Two new species of virgulous cercariae are described. Morphological descriptions and differential diagnoses are given. Each description is supplemented with a detailed picture.
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Acanthocephalans Prosthenorchis cf. elegans (Archiacanthocephala: Oligacanthorhynchidae), parasites of primates in the Moscow Zoo. P. 185-196.
Acanthocephalans Prosthenorchis cf. elegans were found in primates in the Moscow Zoo. The larvae of these parasites (cistacanths) were found in cockroaches Blattella germanica that had been captured near aviaries of infected animals. Descriptions and drawings of adult parasites and their larvae are given. Analysis of Prosthenorchis cf. elegans genes ITS 1 rDNA and CO 1 mtDNA shows phylogenetic relations of these parasites with several representatives of the class Archiacanthocephala. The obtained molecular data, however, do not support the monophyly of the family Oligacanthorhynchidae and the order Oligacanthorhynchida.
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Infestation of honeybee (Apis mellifera) families by microsporidians of the genus Nosema in Tomsk Province. P. 197-210.
Infestation of bee colonies and apiaries by representatives of the genus Nosema, microsporidian protozoans of European honeybees (Apis mellifera L.), causing nosemosis, in Tomsk Province was investigated. In 2012—2015, nosemosis was detected in 32 out of 124 honeybee colonies (31.3%) and in 20 out of 64 studied apiaries (25.8%). The maximal infestation rate of bee colonies and apiaries constituted more than 40% in 2014—2015. N. apis pathogen was registered in 84.4% of infected bee colonies (16 apiaries); N. ceranae was identified in 9.4% of infected bee colonies (2 apiaries); and co-infection (N. apis and N. ceranae) was detected in 6.3% of infected bee colonies (2 apiaries). The reasons of the spreading of the nosemosis, such as climatic conditions, control of imported bee colonies on the presence of Nosema infection, and some others are discussed.
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Parasite fauna of the landlocked sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) of the Lake Kronotskoe (Kamchatka). P. 211-223.
Parasites of the landlocked sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka Walbaum, 1792 of the Lake Kronotskoe are described for the first time. Twenty parasite species belonging to 7 classes were found, including Myxosporea, Monogenea, Trematoda, Cestoda, Nematoda, Acantocephala, and Crustacea. In comparison with benthivorous fishes (< 39 gill rakers), infected mostly by Crepidostomum metoecus (Braun, 1900) (abundance 146.5) and Crepidostomum farionis (Muller, 1874) (abundance 23.9), planktivorous fishes with high number of gill rakers (> 39) were significantly stronger infected with the acanthocephalan Neoechinorhynchus salmonis Ching, 1984 (abundance index 306.0) and the tapeworm Proteocephalus longicollis (Zeder, 1800) (abundance index 60.5). Planktivorous fishes feed mainly on ostracods and copepods, whereas benthivorous fishes consume amphibiotic insects, including their larvae and pupae. During prespawning period fish episodically consume gammarids and mollusks.
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Physiological and biochemical aspects of interactions between patasitoids of the class Insecta and their hosts. P. 224-242.
In the present review, available literary data on physiological and biochemical interactions between parasitoids and their hosts are analyzed. In order to achieve the successful development in or on their host, parasitoids widely use various strategies suppressing host's immunity. Suppression agents used by parasitoids include venom and ovarian fluid components and symbiotic microorganisms. The effect of parasitoids on host organism is complicated, covering many vital physiological functions supplemented by changes of host metabolism and behavior. The influence of ecto- and endoparasitoids on host organism is analyzed separately.
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Obituary. P. 243-245.
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Obituary. P. 246-248.
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