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Karadeniz’deki Horozbina Balığının, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Pallas, 1814) Digenea Parazitleri İle İlgili Yeni Veriler

Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1, 26 - 37, 18.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.33484/sinopfbd.649986

Abstract

Karadeniz'in Sinop kıyılarından Mayıs-Haziran 2016 tarihleri arasında yakalanan horozbina balığı, Parablennius sanguinolentus, digenea parazitleri yönünden incelenmiştir. Ergin Peracreadium genu Nicoll, 1909, Phyllodistomum acceptum Looss, 1909, Magnibursatus blennii (Paggi and Orecchia, 1975), Monorchis monorchis (Stossich,1890) Monticelli, 1893 ve metaserker Galactosomum lacteum (Jägerskiöld, 1896), Bucephalus marinus Vlasenko, 1931, Rhipidocotyle sp., Prosorhynchoides sp. ve Opecoelidae gen. sp. olmak üzere toplam 9 digenea türü tanımlanmıştır. Tanımlanan parazitlerin fotomikrografları, enfeksiyon oranı (%) ve enfekte balık başına ortalama parazit sayıları tablo ve şekiller ile sunuldu. Toplam enfeksiyon oranı ve enfekte balık başına ortalama parazit sayısı değerleri sırasıyla %100 ve 506.40 ± 120.78 olarak hesaplandı. Bu araştırma, Türkiye’nin Karadeniz kıyılarındaki P. sanguinolentis balığının digenea parazitleri üzerine yapılan ilk araştırmadır. Bucephalus marinus ana türdü. Peracreadium genu ve Magnibursatus blennii türleri Türkiye parazit faunası için yeni kayıttırlar. 

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New Data on Digenean Parasites of Rusty Blenny, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Pallas, 1814) in the Black Sea

Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1, 26 - 37, 18.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.33484/sinopfbd.649986

Abstract

Rusty blenny, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Blenniidae) caught in Sinop coasts of the Black Sea between May to June 2016 was investigated for digenean parasites. A total of nine digenean species including adults of Peracreadium genu Nicoll, 1909, Phyllodistomum acceptum Looss, 1909, Magnibursatus blennii (Paggi and Orecchia, 1975), Monorchis monorchis (Stossich,1890) Monticelli, 1893, and metacercaria of Galactosomum lacteum (Jägerskiöld, 1896), Bucephalus marinus Vlasenko, 1931, Rhipidocotyle sp., Prosorhynchoides sp. and Opecoelidae gen. sp. were identified. The infection prevalence (%), mean intensity levels and photomicrographs of identified parasites are presented in tables and figures, respectively. Overall infection prevalence (%) and mean intensity values were 100% and 506.40 ± 120.78 respectively. This investigation is the first on the digenean parasites of P. sanguinolentis in Turkish Black Sea coasts. Bucephalus marinus was the core species. Peracreadium genu and Magnibursatus blennii are new parasite record for Turkey.

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  • [5] Paggi L, Orecchia P, 1975. Tyrrhenia blennii g.n. sp. n. (Hemiurata: Halipegidae Poche, 1925) parasite of Blennius gattorugine and Blennius sanguinolentus. Parassitologia, 17(1-3): 57-64. (in Italian]
  • [6] Alas A, Oktener A, Iscimen A, Trilles JP, 2008. New host record, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Teleostei, Perciformes, Blenniidae), for Nerocila bivittata (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cymothoidae). Parasitology Research, 102: 645-646
  • [7] Pronkina NV, Belofastova LP, Machkevsky VK, 2009. Occurrence of Nematoda Larvae of the Superfamily Acuarioidea (Spirurata) at the Black Sea Fish. Vestnik zoologii, 43(2): 157–162.
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Primary Language English
Subjects Fisheries
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Türkay ÖZTÜRK (Primary Author)
SINOP UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-5568-3214
Türkiye


Arzu GÜVEN
0000-0002-8220-5282
Türkiye

Supporting Institution TUBİTAK
Project Number 215O224
Thanks This study is summarized from a part of the project 215O224 supported by The Scientific and Technological Research Council (TÜBİTAK). The authors are grateful for this valuable support
Publication Date June 18, 2020
Application Date November 22, 2019
Acceptance Date June 4, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 5, Issue 1

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APA Öztürk, T. & Güven, A. (2020). New Data on Digenean Parasites of Rusty Blenny, Parablennius sanguinolentus (Pallas, 1814) in the Black Sea . Sinop Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi , 5 (1) , 26-37 . DOI: 10.33484/sinopfbd.649986