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Keys to the Trematoda, Volume 2

Keys to the Trematoda, Volume 2

Edited by A Jones, The Natural History Museum, London, UK , R Bray, Scientific Associate (retired), Natural History Museum, UK, D Gibson, Research Associate (retired), Natural History Museum, UK

June 2005 / Hardback / 768 Pages / 9780851995878 £185.00 / €240.00 / $350.00
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Main Description

This is the second of three volumes of Keys to the Trematoda, a series on the systematics and identification of the Class Trematoda. The book presents the taxa in the Order Echinostomida and some of those in the Order Plagiorchiida, with keys for their identification at the superfamily, family, subfamily and generic levels. The keys are based on critical examination of specimens by subject experts, and generic diagnoses are accompanied by illustrations of important morphological characters. This volume includes seven echinostomidan superfamilies (the echinostomatoids, haploporoids, haplosplanchnoids, heronimoids, microscaphidioids, paramphistomatoids and pronocephaloids) and two plagiorchiidan superfamilies (the allocreadioids and lepocreadioids).The first volume covered the Subclass Aspidogastrea and Order Strigeida, while the third volume, due to be published in early 2006, will cover the remaining members of the Plagiorchiida.


Readership

Parasitologists involved in identification and research in medical and veterinary helminthology

Introduction and key to superfamilies, A Jones

Superfamily Echinostomatoidea Looss, 1899, A Kostadinova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria, and A Jones

Family Echinostomatidae Looss, 1899, A Kostadinova

Family Calycodidae Dollfus, 1929, R A Bray

Family Cathaemasiidae Fuhrmann, 1928, A Kostadinova

Family Fasciolidae Railliet, 1895, A Jones

Family Philophthalmidae Looss, 1899, I Kanev, University of Nebraska, USA, V Radev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria, and B Fried, Lafayette College, USA

Family Psilostomidae Looss, 1900, A Kostadinova

Family Rhopaliidae Looss, 1899, V Radev, S L Gardner, University of Nebraska, USA, and I Kanev

Family Rhytidodidae Odhner, 1926, D Blair, James Cook University, Australia

Superfamily Haploporoidea Nicoll, 1914, A Jones

Family Haploporidae Nicoll, 1914, R M Overstreet and S S Curran, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA

Family Atractotrematidae Yamaguti, 1939, R M Overstreet and S S Curran

Superfamily Haplosplanchnoidea Poche, 1926, R Madhavi, Andhra University, India

Superfamily Heronimoidea Ward, 1917, A Jones

Superfamily Microscaphidioidea Looss, 1900, A Jones and D Blair

Family Microscaphidiidae Looss, 1900, D Blair

Family Mesometridae Poche, 1926, A Jones and D Blair

Superfamily Paramphistomoidea Fischoeder, 1901, A Jones

Family Paramphistomidae Fischoeder, 1901, A Jones

Family Balanorchiidae Stunkard, 1925, A Jones

Family Brumptiidae Stunkard, 1925, A Jones

Family Choerocotyloididae Yamaguti, 1971, A Jones

Family Cladorchiidae Fischoeder, 1901, A Jones

Family Diplodiscidae Cohn, 1904, A Jones

Family Gastrodiscidae Monticelli, 1892, A Jones

Family Gastrothylacidae Stiles and Goldberger, 1910, A Jones

Family Olveriidae Yamaguti, 1958, A Jones

Family Stephanopharyngidae Stiles and Goldberger, 1910, A Jones

Family Zonocotylidae Yamaguti, 1963, A Jones

Family Zygocotylidae Ward, 1917, A Jones

Superfamily Pronocephaloidea Looss, 1899, D P Barton, South Australia Museum, Australia, and D Blair

Family Pronocephalidae Loss, 1899, D Blair

Family Labicolidae Blair, 1979, D Blair

Family Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909, D P Barton and D Blair

Family Nudacotylidae Barker, 1916, D P Barton and D Blair

Family Opisthotrematidae Poche, 1926, D Blair

Family Rhabdiopoeidae Poche, 1926, D Blair

Superfamily Allocreadioidea Looss, 1902, T H Cribb, The University of Queensland, Australia

Family Allocreadiidae Looss, 1902, J Caira, University of Connecticut, USA, and T Bogea, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil

Family Batrachotrematidae Dollfus and Williams, 1966, T H Cribb

Family Opecoeliidae Ozaki, 1925, T H Cribb

Family Opistholebetidae Fukui, 1929, T H Cribb

Superfamily Lepocreadioidea Odhner, 1905, R A Bray

Family Lepocreadiidae Odhner, 1905, R A Bray

Family Acanthocolpidae Lühe, 1906, R A Bray

Family Apocreadiidae Skrjabin, 1942, T H Cribb

Family Brachycladiidae Odhner, 1905, D I Gibson

Family Deropristidae Cable and Hunninen, 1942, R A Bray

Family Enenteridae Yamaguti, 1958, R A Bray

Family Gorgocephalidae Manter, 1966, R A Bray

Family Gyliauchenidae Fukui, 1929, K Hall, The University of Queensland, Australia, and T H Cribb

Family Liliatrematidae Gubanov, 1953, A Kostadinova

Family Megaperidae Manter, 1934, R A Bray

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Bray Systematics, phylogeny and biology of parasitic worms, with emphasis on the Platyhelminthes. Current research interests include: the digenean parasites of marine fishes, in particular those of the deep-sea and of coral reefs and the evolution of parasitism in the Platyhelminthes. Experienced field worker, having participated in 31 research cruises, and collected at sites in England, Scotland, Wales, Denmark, Norway, Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey, Canada, South Africa, Australia, French Polynesia and Palau. Trematoda, Nematodes

Gibson I am a specialist (morphologist/taxonomist), with 40 years of experience and more than 300 publications, on the systematics of helminth parasites (all groups but especially the Trematoda and Nematoda), with a particular interest in those from fishes and aquatic mammals. I also have some expertise with data-bases and faunistics. Nematode, Trematode, helmintology