Echinostomatidae (Looss, 1899) Poche, 1926, (Looss, 1899) Poche, 1926

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Echinostomatidae (Looss, 1899) Poche, 1926
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Family Echinostomatidae (Looss, 1899) Poche, 1926  

Chaunocephalus Dietz, 1909  

Chaunocephalus panduriformis Travassos, 1922  

Host: Ciconia maguari (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: not reported.

Reference: Boero et al. (1972 a).

Dissurus Verma, 1936  

Dissurus brevis (Boero, Led & Brandetti, 1972) Kostadinava, 2005 Syn.   : Psilocollaris brevis Boero, Led & Brandetti, 1972 Host   : Anas cyanoptera Vieillot.  

Site of infection: small intestine.

Locality: 25 de mayo, Buenos Aires Province. Reference: Boero et al. (1972 a).

Comments: Kostadinova (2005 a) considers the genus Psilocollaris Singh, 1954 as a synonym of Dissu­

rus.

Drepanocephalus Dietz, 1909  

Drepanocephalus spathans Dietz, 1909  

Host: Phalacrocorax brasilianus (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires city. References: Ostrowski de Núñez (1966, 1968 b).

Echinochasmus Dietz, 1909  

Echinochasmus suspensum (Braun, 1901) Kostadinova & Gibson, 2001  

Syn.: Episthmium suspensum (Braun, 1901) Travassos, 1922 Host   : Nycticorax nycticorax (Linnaeus)   .

Experimental host: Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.). Site of infection: bursa Fabricii.

Locality: Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires city.

Life history: Hi 1: Biomphalaria peregrina (d’Orbigny)   (natural host) from Totoral stream, De Monte lagoon, Buenos Aires Province. Hi 2: tadpoles of Bufo arenarum Hensel   (experimental host); metacercariae encysted in muscles.

Reference: Ostrowski de Núñez (1974 a).

Comments: Kostadinova & Gibson (2001) tentatively consider the genus Episthmium Lühe, 1909   as a

synonym of Echinochasmus   .

Echinochasmus talaensis Martorelli, 1985  

Host: Pitangus sulphuratus bolivianus (Lafresnaye)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Los Talas, Buenos Aires Province.

Life history: Hi 1: Heleobia castellanosae (Gaillard)   (experimental and natural host from Los Talas). Hi 2: Cnesterodon decemmaculatus (Jenyns)   (experimental and natural host from Los Talas); metacercariae in gills.

Material deposited: MLP, 1317 C.

Reference: Martorelli (1985).

Echinochasmus wernickii   (Marcó del Pont, 1926) Kostadinova & Gibson, 2001 Syn.: Equinostomum wernickii   Marcó del Pont, 1926 Episthmium wernickii   (Marcó del Pont, 1926) Yamaguti, 1958 Host: Oxyura   sp. (cited as Podiciper americanos) Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: not reported.

Reference: Marcó del Pont (1926).

Comments: Kostadinova & Gibson (2001) tentatively consider the genus Episthmium Lühe, 1909   as a

synonym of Echinochasmus   .

Echinochasmus   sp.

Host: Bubulcus ibis (Linnaeus)   .

Site of infection: small intestine.

Locality: De Monte lagoon, Buenos Aires Province.

Reference: Labriola & Suriano (1998).

Comments: cited as Episthmium   sp.

Echinoparyphium Dietz, 1909  

Echinoparyphium recurvatum (Linstow, 1873)   . Hosts: Gallinula chloropus galeata ( Lichtenstein)   , Phimosus infuscatus ( Lichtenstein)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Buenos Aires Province.

Reference: Marcó del Pont (1926).

Comments: Described as Echinostomum equinatus gigas   .

Echinoparyphium megacirrus Semenas, Brugni & Ostrowski   de Núñez, 1999 Natural host: unknown.

Experimental hosts: Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.), Mus musculus L. Site   of infection: small intestine.

Locality: Gutiérrez Lake, Río Negro Province.

Life history: Hi 1: unknown. Hi 2: Diplodon chilensis (Gray)   (natural host from Gutiérrez Lake); metacercariae in pericardial cavity, hepatopancreas and gonads; Temnocephala chilensis (Moquin­Tandon)   (natural host). Hd: Only mature specimens were obtained from Gallus gallus domesticus   . Material deposited: MACN, 389 / 1, 389 / 2; UNC.

Reference: Semenas et al. (1999), Viozzi et al. (2005).

Echinostoma Rudolphi, 1809  

Echinostoma chloephagae Sutton & Lunaschi, 1980 Host   : Chloephaga picta leucoptera (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: rectum.

Locality: Islas Malvinas.

Material deposited: MLP, 582 C.

Reference: Sutton & Lunaschi (1980).

Echinostoma mendax Dietz, 1909  

Host: Cygnus melanocorypha (Molina)   .

Site of infection: small intestine.

Locality: not reported.

Reference: Boero et al. (1972 a).

Echinostoma parcespinosum Lutz, 1924  

Hosts: Pardirallus maculatus maculatus (Boddaert)   , P. sanguinolentus sanguinolentus (Swainson)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Los Talas, Buenos Aires Province.

Life history: Hi 1: Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck)   (natural and experimental). Hi 2: Pomacea canaliculata (Lamark)   , Biomphalaria peregrina (d’Orbigny)   , Stenophysa marmorata (Martens)   (natural and experimental); metacercariae in mantle cavity or encyst inside the rediae. Reference: Martorelli (1987).

Himasthla Dietz, 1909  

Himasthla escamosa Díaz & Cremonte, 2004  

Host: Larus dominicanus Lichtenstein.  

Site of infection: intestine.

Localities: Orense beach, San Blas, Buenos Aires Province; Puerto Madryn, Fracasso beach and Como­

doro Rivadavia, Chubut Province.

Material deposited: MLP, Holotype 5233; Paratypes 5234. Reference: Díaz & Cremonte (2004).

Ignavia Teixeira   de Freitas, 1948

Ignavia olivacei Ostrowski   de Núñez, 1967. Host: Phalacrocorax brasilianus (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: kidney.

Locality: Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires city. References: Ostrowski de Núñez (1967, 1968 b).

Lyperorchis Travassos, 1921

Lyperorchis inexpectabilis Digiani, 1997

Host: Aramus guarauna guarauna (Linnaeus)   . Site of infection: cloaca.

Localities: Punta Blanca, Magdalena; Guaminí lagoon, Buenos Aires Province. Material deposited: MLP, 3323.

Reference: Digiani (1997 a).

Nephrostomum Dietz, 1909  

Nephrostomum limai Travassos, 1922  

Host: Bubulcus ibis Linnaeus.  

Site of infection: intestine.

Localities: Pellegrini Lake, Río Negro Province; Punta Blanca, Buenos Aires Province. Material deposited: MLP, 666 C, 3737 D. Reference: Sutton et al. (1982).

Paryphostomum Dietz, 1909  

Paryphostomum fragosum (Dietz, 1909) Skrjabin, 1956  

Host: Phalacrocorax brasilianus (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires city. Reference: Ostrowski de Núñez (1968 b).

Paryphostomum segregatum Dietz, 1909  

Host: Phalacrocorax brasilianus (Gmelin)   . Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires city. Reference: Ostrowski de Núñez (1968 b).

Patagifer Dietz, 1909  

Patagifer bilobus (Rudolphi, 1819) Dietz, 1909 Host   : Plegadis chihi (Vieillot)   .

Site of infection: small intestine.

Localities: Uribelarrea; Punta Blanca; Guaminí and Ramallo, Buenos Aires Province. Material deposited: MLP, 3700 / 1, 3734 / 1, 4305 / 1. References: Boero & Led (1971), Digiani (2000).

Patagifer consimilis Dietz, 1909  

Host: Theristicus caudatus (Boddaert)   .

Site of infection: intestine.

Locality: La Plata Zoological Garden, La Plata, Buenos Aires Province. Reference: Boero & Led (1968).

Stephanoprora Odhner, 1902  

Stephanoprora argentinensis Sutton, Lunaschi & Topa, 1982  

Hosts: Podiceps major (Boddaert)   , Rollandia rolland (Quoy & Gaimard)   . Site of infection: intestine and colic caeca.

Locality: Pellegrini Lake, Río Negro Province.

Material deposited: MLP, holotype 656 C; paratypes 644 C, 656 C, 660 C. Reference: Sutton et al. (1982).

Stephanoprora brachyrhynchus Gupta, 1963  

Syn. Beaverostomum b. sensu Labriola & Suriano, 2001 Hosts: Larus dominicanus Lichtenstein   , L. maculipennis Lichtenstein.  

Site of infection: small intestine.

Localitiy: Mar del Plata city, Buenos Aires Province.

References: Labriola & Suriano (2001), Ostrowski de Núñez et al. (2004).

Stephanoprora uruguayense Holcman­Spector & Olague, 1989  

Syns.: Stephanoprora dogieli Holcman­Spector & Olague, 1989   S. podicipei Etchegoin & Martorelli, 1997  

S. denticulata sensu Torres, Figueroa & Valdivia, 1983   .

Natural hosts: Podiceps major (Boddaert)   , Sterna hirundinacea Lesson   , Larus dominicanus Lichtenstein   , L. maculipennis Lichtenstein   , Larus cirrocephalus Vieillot.  

Experimental hosts: Gallus gallus domesticus   (L.)

Site of infection: small intestine.

Localities: Mar Chiquita coastal lagoon Orense beach and Mar del Plata city, Buenos Aires Province; Andean Patagonian Lakes.

Life history: Hi 1: unknown. Hi 2: Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns)   (natural host) from Gutiérrez Lake, Rio Negro Province and Verde Lake, Neuquén Province; metacercariae in gills.

Material deposited: MLP, holotype 3902; paratype 3903; 4584.

References: Etchegoin & Martorelli (1997 b), Cremonte et al. (1999), Torres et al. (1983), Labriola & Suriano (2001), Ostrowski de Núñez et al. (2004).

Stephanoprora   sp.

Host: Larus dominicanus Lichtenstein.  

Site of infection: not reported.

Localities: San Carlos de Bariloche, Río Negro Province; Rosario Lake, Chubut Province.

Reference: Kreiter & Semenas (1997).

MLP

Museo de La Plata

MACN

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Platyhelminthes

Class

Trematoda

Order

Plagiorchiida

Family

Echinostomatidae

Loc

Echinostomatidae (Looss, 1899) Poche, 1926

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

Himasthla escamosa Díaz & Cremonte, 2004

Diaz & Cremonte 2004
2004
Loc

Echinochasmus suspensum

(Braun, 1901) Kostadinova & Gibson 2001
2001
Loc

Echinochasmus talaensis

Martorelli 1985
1985
Loc

S. denticulata sensu

Torres, Figueroa & Valdivia 1983
1983
Loc

Stephanoprora argentinensis

Sutton, Lunaschi & Topa 1982
1982