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Endoparasitic helminths of the European eel, Anguilla anguilla, from four disconnected meanders from the rivers Leie and Scheldt in western Flanders, Belgium
Schabuss, M.; Konecny, R.; Belpaire, C.; Schiemer, F. (1997). Endoparasitic helminths of the European eel, Anguilla anguilla, from four disconnected meanders from the rivers Leie and Scheldt in western Flanders, Belgium. Folia Parasitol. 44(1): 12-18
In: Folia Parasitologica. Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic: Ceské Budejovice. ISSN 0015-5683; e-ISSN 1573-1022, meer
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Trefwoorden
    Classification
    Diseases > Animal diseases
    Diseases > Animal diseases > Fish diseases
    Ecology > Parasitology
    Parasites
    Water > Fresh water
    Acanthocephala [WoRMS]; Anguillicola crassus Kuwahara, Niimi & Itagaki, 1974 [WoRMS]
    België, Vlaanderen [Marine Regions]
    Brak water; Zoet water

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  • Schabuss, M.
  • Konecny, R.
  • Belpaire, C., meer
  • Schiemer, F.

Abstract
    The endoparasitic helminth communities of the European eel, Anguilla anguilla (L.), were investigated in four meanders, cut off from the rivers Leie and Scheldt in western Flanders, Belgium. Six species of helminths (2 cestodes, 2 nematodes and 2 acanthocephalans) were found. The dominant parasite species was the nematode Anguillicola crassus (Kuwahara, Niimi et Itagaki, 1974) infecting 79% of the eel population with intensities up to 112 specimens per fish. At two localities no acanthocephalans could be found, whereas these parasites were very common at the other sites. The prevalence, mean intensity, intensity and abundance, their correlation to the body length, and the frequency distributions were analysed. The site selection of parasites is in relation to food composition and feeding habits of eels, physiological and structural differences in the intestine and possible interspecific competition were discussed.

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