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Formato
Rivista
eISSN
1336-9083
ISSN
0440-6605
Pubblicato per la prima volta
22 Apr 2006
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Volume 49 (2012): Edizione 1 (March 2012)

Dettagli della rivista
Formato
Rivista
eISSN
1336-9083
ISSN
0440-6605
Pubblicato per la prima volta
22 Apr 2006
Periodo di pubblicazione
4 volte all'anno
Lingue
Inglese

Cerca

12 Articoli
access type Accesso libero

Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati and Toxascaris leonina in wild and domestic carnivores

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 3 - 10

Astratto

Abstract

Ascarididae nematodes of genera Toxocara and Toxascaris are of significant epizootic relevance among predatory mammals from families Canidae and Felidae. Localization of these nematodes in the definitive hosts, their morphology, as well as the measurements of eggs and adult worms are similar. Recently, molecular techniques have provided alternative approaches for the identification of ascarid species. A common feature of the life cycles of these generally monoxenous nematodes is the significant participation of small rodents. In case of Toxocara spp., the rodent plays the role of paratenic host but optional intermediate host for T. leonina. Several studies indicate co-occurence of both T. canis and T. leonina in domestic and wild canids as well as T. cati and T. leonina in felids. Although the infections of humans with T. canis and T. cati are common worldwide, larvae of T. leonina has the potential to cause human disease as emerging zoonosis.

Parole chiave

  • T. canis
  • T. cati
  • Toxascaris leonina
  • carnivores
access type Accesso libero

Pathology induced by Pomporhynchus kashmiriensis (Acanthocephala) in the alimentary canal of naturally infected Chirruh snow trout, Schizothorax esocinus (Heckel)

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 11 - 15

Astratto

Abstract

Histopathology of the alimentary canal of Chirruh snowtrout, Scizothorax esocinus (Heckel), naturally infected with the acanthocephalan parasite, Pomphorhynchus kashmiriensis was studied by light microscopy. The proboscis and bulb was found to be deeply penetrated into the host tissues. Macroscopic examination revealed over secretion of mucous and shedding of host tissues at the host parasite interface and white fibrous nodules on the external surface of infected intestine, which was an indication for the presence of parasite. The major changes in parasite induced histopathology were at the site of attachment to the host’s intestine which includes destruction of villi and epithelial linings. Increased cellular infiltrations at the site of attachment may be a consequence of host’s defence involving cell mediated immunity. In the areas of trunk contact with the host tissue, compression/absence of intestinal folds and loss of columnar appearance of epithelial cells were evident.

Parole chiave

  • Pomphorhynchus
  • acanthocephala
  • histopathology
  • cellular infiltrations
access type Accesso libero

Anisakis spp. burden in Trachurus trachurus

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 16 - 20

Astratto

Abstract

Anisakis is a parasite of marine mammals that uses a great number of fish species as intermediate or paratenic hosts. It is common in commercially important marine fishes and its presence is of great concern for both human health and economic reasons. Horse mackerels (Trachurus trachurus) originated from the Northern Aegean Sea were examined for the presence of Anisakis spp. larvae. The prevalence of Anisakis spp. was found 98.8 %. The number of parasites was significantly related to the host’s length but was not related to the fish gender. The month of sampling affected the size of the fishes and consequently the number of parasites. The length of larvae was not related to the host’s length. The present study resulted in the design of a prediction model for the number of existing parasites in the fish by measuring only its Fixed Length.

Parole chiave

  • Trachurus trachurus
  • Anisakis
  • Aegean Sea
  • prediction
  • host-parasite models
access type Accesso libero

Introduction of Gyrodactylus perccotti (Monogenea) into Europe on its invasive fish host, Amur sleeper (Perccottus glenii, Dybowski 1877)

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 21 - 26

Astratto

Abstract

Monogenean parasites of Amur sleeper Perccottus glenii introduced to Europe during the last century were studied during two seasons in the Wloclawski Reservoir (Poland). Introduction of a single species Gyrodactylus perccotti with its host was confirmed in both seasons: autumn 2006 and spring 2008. Occurrence of G. perccotti in Europe was reported for the first time. Intensity of infection decreased from 2006 to 2008, but the prevalence did not differ between the seasons. G. perccotti sampled in autumn 2006 showed low morphometrical variability and high morphological similarity with parasites collected in host native range, Amur River. In contrary, high morphological and metrical variability was found within the samples collected in spring 2008. Nucleic acid sequencing of the partial ITS rDNA confirmed that despite the variation in morphology or size of haptoral hard parts, all studied Gyrodactylus specimens belonged to the same species (G. percotti) and no intraspecific variation was detected.

Parole chiave

  • Amur sleeper
  • Monogenea
  • Gyrodactylidae
  • species introduction
access type Accesso libero

Oochoristica koubeki n. sp. (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae) from African Chamaeleo senegalensis (Chamaeleonidae) and emendation of the genus Oochoristica Lühe, 1898

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 27 - 32

Astratto

Abstract

During a survey of species diversity and ecology of selected West African vertebrates in the Niokolo Koba National Park, Senegal, two Chamaeleo senegalensis Daudin, 1802 (Chamaeleonidae) were collected and examined for parasites. A new species, Oochoristica koubeki n. sp., anoplocephalidian cestode of the genus Oochoristica Lühe, 1898 is described from the intestine of this host. The new species is related to O. theileri Fuhrmann, 1924; O. theileri Fuhrmann, 1924 f. major Baer, 1933; O. celebensis Yamaguti, 1954 and O. rostellata Zschokke, 1905 var. agamicolla Dollfus, 1957. All the forenamed species share characteristic strobila with proglottids wider than long. Oochoristica koubeki n. sp. differs from these species in different proportions of scolex, cirrus sac, ovarium and vitellarium, further differences are in number of testes and presence of reinforced genital atrium. Only O. theileri shares two last mentioned features, however it differs in shape of testes (rounded) and in distribution of testes (two clusters). The new species differs from all other species in extremely high number of egg’s capsules, different host species and zoogeographic distribution. Emendation of genus diagnosis sensu Beveridge (1994) is provided.

Parole chiave

  • Oochoristica
  • tapeworm
  • chameleon
  • Africa
  • Senegal
access type Accesso libero

Trematodes of herons (Aves: Ciconiiformes) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 33 - 42

Astratto

Abstract

A survey of 29 species of trematodes found in the Czech Republic in 530 herons of 8 species: Ardea cinerea 436 species examined (21 species of digeneas determined), A. purpurea 2 (4), Egretta alba 34 (7), E. garzetta 2 (3), Nycticorax nycticorax 28 (2), Ixobrychus minutus 19 (0), Botaurus stellaris 8 (5), Ardeola ralloides 1 (3) is presented. The species recorded for the first time in the Central Europe — Clinostomum heluans, Nephrostomum ramosum and Pygorchis affixus which has been brought from the wintering grounds in Africa, Echinochasmus militaris and Saakotrema metatestis brought by juvenile birds from breeding ground in the South Europe. Ophiosoma patagiatum and Posthodiplostomum brevicaudatum found for the first time in the Czech Republic.

Parole chiave

  • distribution
  • Trematodes
  • herons
  • Czech Republic
access type Accesso libero

Catatropis pakistanensis n. sp. (Trematoda: Notocotylidae) from Northern shovelers, Anas clypeata (Anatidae: Aves) from Pakistan with some remarks on the history of Catatropis species

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 43 - 48

Astratto

Abstract

Five out of 15 free-ranging Northern shovelers (Anas clypeata Linneus) caught in Pakistan were infected with notocotylid trematodes. Out of the 31 flukes, 10 specimens were used morphological studies, 4 others were also examined by scanning electron microscopy and one remaining trematode was cut in serial semi-thin sections for histological evaluation in order to describe a new species. Like all species of this genus, Catatropis pakistanensis n. sp has a median ridge starting posterior to the basis of the cirrus sac and extends posterior to the ovary. Bilateral to this ridge there are two rows of 9–10 ventral papillae each. Metraterm and cirrus sac are equally in length. In contrast to most other Catatropis spp. the genital opening in C. pakistanensis is situated between the oral sucker and bifurcation of the caeca.

Parole chiave

  • Catatropis pakistanensis
  • Trematoda
  • Notocotylidae
  • Anas clypeata
  • Pakistan
access type Accesso libero

Longidoridae and nepoviruses in Bulgaria and Slovenia

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 49 - 56

Astratto

Abstract

Data on the distribution of Longidoridae and nepoviruses in Bulgaria and Slovenia are summarized. Six species of Longidorus (L. apulus, L. attenuatus, L. arthensis, L. fasciatus, L. elongatus, L. macrosoma), one Paralongidorus species (P. maximus) and three Xiphinema species (X. diversicaudatum, X. index, X. rivesi) are known as natural vectors of nine nepoviruses in Europe. Currently, 10 and 13 species of Xiphinema; 6 and 15 of Longidorus are reported to occur in Slovenia and Bulgaria, respectively. Paralongidorus maximus has been reported only in Bulgaria. Among the virus vector species X. index, X. diversicaudatum and L. elongatus occur in both countries, X. rivesi only in Slovenia and L. attenuatus, L. macrosoma, X. italiae and P. maximus only in Bulgaria. A report of X. index and Grapevine fanleaf virus (GFLV) in Bulgaria was related to transgenic grape tolerance to the same virus. Nepoviruses have been reported from Slovenia, but despite an evident relationship in the occurrence of GFLV and X. index in several vineyards the only laboratory proven transmission is that of TRSV and ToRSV to bait plants by a Slovenian population of X. rivesi.

Parole chiave

  • distribution
  • longidorids
  • Longidorus
  • nepoviruses
  • Xiphinema
access type Accesso libero

Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda: Aphelenchidae) under the rhizosphere of Brassica napus

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 57 - 59

Astratto

Abstract

Soil samples under the rhizosphere of Brasicca napus were collected from three localities (Bílé Podolí, Prague, Kylešovice). All three localities were positive for the presence of Aphelenchus avenae. Morphological and molecular features of A. avenae are presented in this research note.

Parole chiave

  • Aphelenchus avenae
  • Ribosomal DNA
  • Czech Republic
  • Nematode
access type Accesso libero

Professor Valéria Letková, DVM., PhD. is celebrating her birthday

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 60 - 60

Astratto

access type Accesso libero

65th birthday of Prof. Jozef Halgoš

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 61 - 61

Astratto

access type Accesso libero

Professor František Tenora has passed away

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 62 - 62

Astratto

12 Articoli
access type Accesso libero

Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati and Toxascaris leonina in wild and domestic carnivores

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 3 - 10

Astratto

Abstract

Ascarididae nematodes of genera Toxocara and Toxascaris are of significant epizootic relevance among predatory mammals from families Canidae and Felidae. Localization of these nematodes in the definitive hosts, their morphology, as well as the measurements of eggs and adult worms are similar. Recently, molecular techniques have provided alternative approaches for the identification of ascarid species. A common feature of the life cycles of these generally monoxenous nematodes is the significant participation of small rodents. In case of Toxocara spp., the rodent plays the role of paratenic host but optional intermediate host for T. leonina. Several studies indicate co-occurence of both T. canis and T. leonina in domestic and wild canids as well as T. cati and T. leonina in felids. Although the infections of humans with T. canis and T. cati are common worldwide, larvae of T. leonina has the potential to cause human disease as emerging zoonosis.

Parole chiave

  • T. canis
  • T. cati
  • Toxascaris leonina
  • carnivores
access type Accesso libero

Pathology induced by Pomporhynchus kashmiriensis (Acanthocephala) in the alimentary canal of naturally infected Chirruh snow trout, Schizothorax esocinus (Heckel)

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 11 - 15

Astratto

Abstract

Histopathology of the alimentary canal of Chirruh snowtrout, Scizothorax esocinus (Heckel), naturally infected with the acanthocephalan parasite, Pomphorhynchus kashmiriensis was studied by light microscopy. The proboscis and bulb was found to be deeply penetrated into the host tissues. Macroscopic examination revealed over secretion of mucous and shedding of host tissues at the host parasite interface and white fibrous nodules on the external surface of infected intestine, which was an indication for the presence of parasite. The major changes in parasite induced histopathology were at the site of attachment to the host’s intestine which includes destruction of villi and epithelial linings. Increased cellular infiltrations at the site of attachment may be a consequence of host’s defence involving cell mediated immunity. In the areas of trunk contact with the host tissue, compression/absence of intestinal folds and loss of columnar appearance of epithelial cells were evident.

Parole chiave

  • Pomphorhynchus
  • acanthocephala
  • histopathology
  • cellular infiltrations
access type Accesso libero

Anisakis spp. burden in Trachurus trachurus

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 16 - 20

Astratto

Abstract

Anisakis is a parasite of marine mammals that uses a great number of fish species as intermediate or paratenic hosts. It is common in commercially important marine fishes and its presence is of great concern for both human health and economic reasons. Horse mackerels (Trachurus trachurus) originated from the Northern Aegean Sea were examined for the presence of Anisakis spp. larvae. The prevalence of Anisakis spp. was found 98.8 %. The number of parasites was significantly related to the host’s length but was not related to the fish gender. The month of sampling affected the size of the fishes and consequently the number of parasites. The length of larvae was not related to the host’s length. The present study resulted in the design of a prediction model for the number of existing parasites in the fish by measuring only its Fixed Length.

Parole chiave

  • Trachurus trachurus
  • Anisakis
  • Aegean Sea
  • prediction
  • host-parasite models
access type Accesso libero

Introduction of Gyrodactylus perccotti (Monogenea) into Europe on its invasive fish host, Amur sleeper (Perccottus glenii, Dybowski 1877)

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 21 - 26

Astratto

Abstract

Monogenean parasites of Amur sleeper Perccottus glenii introduced to Europe during the last century were studied during two seasons in the Wloclawski Reservoir (Poland). Introduction of a single species Gyrodactylus perccotti with its host was confirmed in both seasons: autumn 2006 and spring 2008. Occurrence of G. perccotti in Europe was reported for the first time. Intensity of infection decreased from 2006 to 2008, but the prevalence did not differ between the seasons. G. perccotti sampled in autumn 2006 showed low morphometrical variability and high morphological similarity with parasites collected in host native range, Amur River. In contrary, high morphological and metrical variability was found within the samples collected in spring 2008. Nucleic acid sequencing of the partial ITS rDNA confirmed that despite the variation in morphology or size of haptoral hard parts, all studied Gyrodactylus specimens belonged to the same species (G. percotti) and no intraspecific variation was detected.

Parole chiave

  • Amur sleeper
  • Monogenea
  • Gyrodactylidae
  • species introduction
access type Accesso libero

Oochoristica koubeki n. sp. (Cestoda, Anoplocephalidae) from African Chamaeleo senegalensis (Chamaeleonidae) and emendation of the genus Oochoristica Lühe, 1898

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 27 - 32

Astratto

Abstract

During a survey of species diversity and ecology of selected West African vertebrates in the Niokolo Koba National Park, Senegal, two Chamaeleo senegalensis Daudin, 1802 (Chamaeleonidae) were collected and examined for parasites. A new species, Oochoristica koubeki n. sp., anoplocephalidian cestode of the genus Oochoristica Lühe, 1898 is described from the intestine of this host. The new species is related to O. theileri Fuhrmann, 1924; O. theileri Fuhrmann, 1924 f. major Baer, 1933; O. celebensis Yamaguti, 1954 and O. rostellata Zschokke, 1905 var. agamicolla Dollfus, 1957. All the forenamed species share characteristic strobila with proglottids wider than long. Oochoristica koubeki n. sp. differs from these species in different proportions of scolex, cirrus sac, ovarium and vitellarium, further differences are in number of testes and presence of reinforced genital atrium. Only O. theileri shares two last mentioned features, however it differs in shape of testes (rounded) and in distribution of testes (two clusters). The new species differs from all other species in extremely high number of egg’s capsules, different host species and zoogeographic distribution. Emendation of genus diagnosis sensu Beveridge (1994) is provided.

Parole chiave

  • Oochoristica
  • tapeworm
  • chameleon
  • Africa
  • Senegal
access type Accesso libero

Trematodes of herons (Aves: Ciconiiformes) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 33 - 42

Astratto

Abstract

A survey of 29 species of trematodes found in the Czech Republic in 530 herons of 8 species: Ardea cinerea 436 species examined (21 species of digeneas determined), A. purpurea 2 (4), Egretta alba 34 (7), E. garzetta 2 (3), Nycticorax nycticorax 28 (2), Ixobrychus minutus 19 (0), Botaurus stellaris 8 (5), Ardeola ralloides 1 (3) is presented. The species recorded for the first time in the Central Europe — Clinostomum heluans, Nephrostomum ramosum and Pygorchis affixus which has been brought from the wintering grounds in Africa, Echinochasmus militaris and Saakotrema metatestis brought by juvenile birds from breeding ground in the South Europe. Ophiosoma patagiatum and Posthodiplostomum brevicaudatum found for the first time in the Czech Republic.

Parole chiave

  • distribution
  • Trematodes
  • herons
  • Czech Republic
access type Accesso libero

Catatropis pakistanensis n. sp. (Trematoda: Notocotylidae) from Northern shovelers, Anas clypeata (Anatidae: Aves) from Pakistan with some remarks on the history of Catatropis species

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 43 - 48

Astratto

Abstract

Five out of 15 free-ranging Northern shovelers (Anas clypeata Linneus) caught in Pakistan were infected with notocotylid trematodes. Out of the 31 flukes, 10 specimens were used morphological studies, 4 others were also examined by scanning electron microscopy and one remaining trematode was cut in serial semi-thin sections for histological evaluation in order to describe a new species. Like all species of this genus, Catatropis pakistanensis n. sp has a median ridge starting posterior to the basis of the cirrus sac and extends posterior to the ovary. Bilateral to this ridge there are two rows of 9–10 ventral papillae each. Metraterm and cirrus sac are equally in length. In contrast to most other Catatropis spp. the genital opening in C. pakistanensis is situated between the oral sucker and bifurcation of the caeca.

Parole chiave

  • Catatropis pakistanensis
  • Trematoda
  • Notocotylidae
  • Anas clypeata
  • Pakistan
access type Accesso libero

Longidoridae and nepoviruses in Bulgaria and Slovenia

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 49 - 56

Astratto

Abstract

Data on the distribution of Longidoridae and nepoviruses in Bulgaria and Slovenia are summarized. Six species of Longidorus (L. apulus, L. attenuatus, L. arthensis, L. fasciatus, L. elongatus, L. macrosoma), one Paralongidorus species (P. maximus) and three Xiphinema species (X. diversicaudatum, X. index, X. rivesi) are known as natural vectors of nine nepoviruses in Europe. Currently, 10 and 13 species of Xiphinema; 6 and 15 of Longidorus are reported to occur in Slovenia and Bulgaria, respectively. Paralongidorus maximus has been reported only in Bulgaria. Among the virus vector species X. index, X. diversicaudatum and L. elongatus occur in both countries, X. rivesi only in Slovenia and L. attenuatus, L. macrosoma, X. italiae and P. maximus only in Bulgaria. A report of X. index and Grapevine fanleaf virus (GFLV) in Bulgaria was related to transgenic grape tolerance to the same virus. Nepoviruses have been reported from Slovenia, but despite an evident relationship in the occurrence of GFLV and X. index in several vineyards the only laboratory proven transmission is that of TRSV and ToRSV to bait plants by a Slovenian population of X. rivesi.

Parole chiave

  • distribution
  • longidorids
  • Longidorus
  • nepoviruses
  • Xiphinema
access type Accesso libero

Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda: Aphelenchidae) under the rhizosphere of Brassica napus

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 57 - 59

Astratto

Abstract

Soil samples under the rhizosphere of Brasicca napus were collected from three localities (Bílé Podolí, Prague, Kylešovice). All three localities were positive for the presence of Aphelenchus avenae. Morphological and molecular features of A. avenae are presented in this research note.

Parole chiave

  • Aphelenchus avenae
  • Ribosomal DNA
  • Czech Republic
  • Nematode
access type Accesso libero

Professor Valéria Letková, DVM., PhD. is celebrating her birthday

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 60 - 60

Astratto

access type Accesso libero

65th birthday of Prof. Jozef Halgoš

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 61 - 61

Astratto

access type Accesso libero

Professor František Tenora has passed away

Pubblicato online: 11 Jan 2012
Pagine: 62 - 62

Astratto

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