Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909, Luhe, 1909

Cremonte, Florencia & Drago, Fabiana B., 2007, Checklist of digenean parasites of birds from Argentina, Zootaxa 1403, pp. 1-36: 18-19

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.273687

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scientific name

Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909
status

 

Family Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909  

Catatropis Odhner, 1905  

Catatropis chilinae   Flores & Brugni, 2003

Natural host: unknown.

Experimental hosts: Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.), Anas   sp. Site of infection: distal portion of ceca.

Life history: Hi 1: Chilina dombeiana (Bruiguiere)   (natural host) from Lacar Lake, Neuquén Province;

metacercariae in digestive gland and around the intestine wall. Material deposited: MACN, MLP, UNC, MNZ, BMNH. Reference: Flores & Brugni (2003).

Catatropis hatcheri   Flores & Brugni, 2006

Natural host: Anas platyrhynchos Linnaeus.  

Experimental hosts: Anas   sp.; Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.). Site of infection: distal portion of ceca.

Locality: near Hess Lake, Río Negro Province.

Life history: Hi 1: Heleobia hatcheri (Pilsbry)   (natural host) from Nahuel Huapí Lake, Río Negro Prov­

ince; metacercariae in digestive gland and around the intestine wall. Material deposited: MACN, MLP, UNC, BMNH.

Reference: Flores & Brugni (2006).

Notocotylus Diesing, 1839  

Notocotylus attenuatus (Rudolphi, 1809) Kossack, 1911 Hosts   : Anas versicolor Vieillot   , Cygnus melanocorypha (Molina)   . Site of infection: gizzard, intestine, ceca. Locality: De Monte lagoon, Buenos Aires Province. References: Boero et al. (1972 a, 1972 b).

Notocotylus biomphalariae   Flores & Brugni, 2005 Natural host: unknown.

Experimental hosts: Anas   sp., Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.). Site of infection: distal portion of ceca.

Life history: Hi 1: Biomphalaria peregrina (d’Orbigny)   (natural host) from Fantasma Pond, near Nahuel Huapí Lake and Pond near Mascardi Lake, Patagonia; metacercariae encysted in digestive gland and around the intestine wall.

Material deposited: MACN, MLP, UNC, BMNH. Reference: Flores & Bugni (2005).

Notocotylus chionis Baylis, 1928  

Host: Chionis alba (Gmelin)   .

Site of infection: ceca.

Locality: Patagonia.

Material deposited: BMNH.

References: Baylis (1928), Boero et al. (1972 a).

Notocotylus gibbus (Mehlis) Kossack, 1911  

Host: Fulica leucoptera Vieillot.  

Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Buenos Aires Province.

Reference: Szidat & Szidat (1961).

Notocotylus imbricatus (Looss, 1893) Szidat, 1935 Host   : Anas sibilatrix (Poepping)   .

Site of infection: ceca.

Locality: Pellegrini Lake, Río Negro Province. Material deposited: MLP, 751 D.

Reference: Lunaschi & Sutton (1987).

Notocotylus tachyeretis Duthoit, 1931  

Host: Tachyeres patachonicus (King)   .

Site of infection: large intestine and ceca. Locality: Patagonia.

Reference: Boero et al. (1972 a).

MACN

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia

MLP

Museo de La Plata

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Platyhelminthes

Class

Trematoda

Order

Plagiorchiida

Family

Notocotylidae

Loc

Notocotylidae Lühe, 1909

Cremonte, Florencia & Drago, Fabiana B. 2007
2007
Loc

Notocotylus chionis

Baylis 1928
1928