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Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria

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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the parasite Glugea weissenbergi infecting largely freshwater fish of the family Gasterosteidae (sticklebacks) in temperate eastern North America. This parasite is only endemic in Maryland, USA.

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2210
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the parasite Glugea vincentiae infecting marine fish of the family Apogonidae (cardinal fish) off the coast of southern Australia. This parasite is only endemic to Australia.

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2209
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the parasite Glugea stephani infecting marine fish of the family Pleuronectidae (dabs or righteye flounders) in western Europe and North America with infections resulting in tumours in muscles, connective tissue...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2208
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the parasite Glugea plecoglossi infecting fish of the family Plecoglossidae (ayu fish, sweetfish) in freshwater of China and Japan with infections resulting in tumours affecting a wide range of organs including...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2207
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the freshwater fish parasite Glugea hertwigi infecting fish of the family Osmeridae (smelts) in freshwater of north temperate to boreal Europe and North America and nearby seas and brackish waters. Using a...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2206
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the fish parasite Glugea heraldi infecting fish of the family Syngnathidae (pipefish, seadragons and seahorses) in brackish waters of subtropical east coast of North America. This parasite can only be found in...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2205
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the marine fish parasite Glugea caulleryi infecting marine fish of the family Ammodytidae (sand lances) in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of western Europe. This parasite can only be found in France and Spain.

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2204
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the marine fish parasite Glugea capverdensis infecting marine fish of the family Myctophidae (lanternfish) in the tropical east Atlantic Ocean with infections resulting in tumours up to 2 mm in diameter in...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2203
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This article describes the morphology, morphometrics, and geographical distribution of the fish parasite, Glugea atherinae infecting fish of the family Atherinidae in coastal southwestern Europe, mostly in brackish water or the sea, infections resulting in tumours mainly in the conjunctive tissue...

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Minter, D. W.
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CABI
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IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, No.221, pp Sheet 2202

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