Penetration of the Amur form of Lernaea elegans (Crustacea: Lernaeidae) into the Mongolian part of the Selenga River basin and ... View Full Text


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DATE

2015-04

AUTHORS

T. G. Burdukovskaya, N. M. Pronin

ABSTRACT

For the first time, the parasitic copepods Lernaea elegans are registered in the fish of the Mongolian part of the Selenga River basin. They are detected at the cyclopoid-copepodid and adult stages of development. The main hosts of copepods are Cyprinus carpio haematopterus, Esox lucius, Leuciscus leuciscus, and Perca fluviatilis. The highest levels of infection with L. elegans are marked in these fish in the lower reach of the Orkhon River. The probable donor of the alien species of L. elegans is the Amur carp, which self-spread to Mongolia from the Russian part of the Selenga River. More... »

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69-73

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