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Cavisomidae

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Cavisomidae are a family of parasitic worms from the order Echinorhynchida.

Species

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Cavisoma magnum, scanning electron microscopy
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Cavisoma magnum, mainly scanning electron microscopy

Cavisomidae contains the following species:[1][a]

Caballerorhynchus Salgado-Maldonado, 1977

  • Caballerorhynchus lamothei Salgado-Maldonado, 1977

Cavisoma Van Cleave, 1931

  • Cavisoma magnum (Southwell, 1927) Van Cleave, 1931[2]

C. magnum (Southwell, 1927) Van Cleave, 1931 was originally described as Oligoterorhynchus magnus by Southwell[3] from the stomach and pyloric ceca of the sea bass, Serranus sp. (Serranidae) and from another fish, the spotted surgeonfish Ctenochaetus strigosus (Acanthuridae) off Negapatam, (Sri Lanka). Other hosts include milkfish Chanos chanos (Chanidae),[4][2] Siganus lineatus (Siganidae),[5] and Grey mullet, Mugil cephalus (Mugilidae).[2] Localities include Sri Lanka, the Red Sea, the Philippines, New Caledonia, and Iraq.[2]

Echinorhynchoides Achmerov and Dombrovskaja-Achmerova, 1941

  • Echinorhynchoides dogieli Achmerov and Dombrovskaja-Achmerova, 1941

Femogibbosus Paruchin, 1973

  • Femogibbosus assi Paruchin, 1973

Filisoma Van Cleave, 1928

  • Filisoma acanthocybii Wang, Wang & Wu, 1993
  • Filisoma atropi Wang and Wang, 1988
  • Filisoma bucerium Van Cleave, 1940
  • Filisoma fidum Van Cleve & Manter, 1947
  • Filisoma filiformis Weaver & Smales, 2013
  • Filisoma indicum Van Cleave, 1928
  • Filisoma inglisi Gupta & Naqvi, 1986
  • Filisoma longcementglandatus Amin & Nahhas, 1994
  • Filisoma micracanthi Harada, 1938
  • Filisoma oplegnathi Wang & Wang, 1988
  • Filisoma rizalinum Tubangui & Masiluñgan, 1946
  • Filisoma scatophagusi Datta & Soota, 1962

Megapriapus Golvan, Gracia-Rodrigo and Diaz-Ungria, 1964

  • Megapriapus ungriai (Gracia-Rodrigo, 1960)

Neorhadinorhynchus Yamaguti, 1939

  • Neorhadinorhynchus aspinosus (Fukui and Morisita, 1937)
  • Neorhadinorhynchus atlanticus Gaevskaja & Nigmatulin, 1977
  • Neorhadinorhynchus atypicalis Amin & Ha, 2011
  • Neorhadinorhynchus macrospinosus Amin & Nahhas, 1994
  • Neorhadinorhynchus madagascariensis Golvan, 1969
  • Neorhadinorhynchus myctophumi Mordvilkova, 1988
  • Neorhadinorhynchus nudus (Harada, 1938)

Paracavisoma Kritscher, 1957

  • Paracavisoma impudica (Diesing, 1851)

Pseudocavisoma Golvan & Houin, 1964

  • Pseudocavisoma chromitidis (Cable and Quick, 1954) Golvan & Houin, 1964

Rhadinorhynchoides Fukui and Morisita, 1937

  • Rhadinorhynchoides miyagawai Fukui and Morisita, 1937

Hosts

Cavisomidae species parasitize fish.

  • Hosts for Cavisomidae species
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    The kole tang is a host of Cavisoma magnum

Notes

  1. ^ A binomial authority in parentheses indicates that the species was originally described in a genus other than the present genus.

References

  1. ^ https://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=196871#null
  2. ^ a b c d Amin, Omar M.; Heckmann, Richard A.; Bannai, Majid A. (2018). "Cavisoma magnum (Cavisomidae), a unique Pacific acanthocephalan redescribed from an unusual host, Mugil cephalus (Mugilidae), in the Persian Gulf, with notes on histopathology and metal analysis". Parasite. 25: 5. doi:10.1051/parasite/2018006. ISSN 1776-1042. PMC 5806538. "open
  3. ^ Southwell T 1927. New species of Acanthocephala (Oligoterorhynchus magnus) from a marine fish. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 21, 165–169.
  4. ^ Arthur JR, Regidor SE, Albert E. 1995. Redescription of Cavisoma magnum (Southwell, 1927) (Acanthocephala: Cavisomidae) from the milkfish, Chanos chanos, in the Philippines. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 62, 39–43.
  5. ^ Foata, J.; Quilichini, Y.; Justine, J.-L.; Bray, R.A.; Marchand, B. (2012). "Ultrastructural study of spermiogenesis and the spermatozoon of Cavisoma magnum (Southwell, 1927) (Acanthocephala, Palaeacanthocephala, Cavisomidae), from Siganus lineatus (Pisces, Teleostei, Siganidae) (Valenciennes, 1835) in New Caledonia". Micron. 43 (2–3): 141–149. doi:10.1016/j.micron.2011.10.022. ISSN 0968-4328.
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Cavisomidae: Brief Summary

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Cavisomidae are a family of parasitic worms from the order Echinorhynchida.

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