Paradilepis

Ortega-Olivares, Mirza P., García-Prieto, Luis & García-Varela, Martín, 2014, Gryporhynchidae (Cestoda: Cyclophyllidea) in Mexico: species list, hosts, distribution and new records, Zootaxa 3795 (2), pp. 101-125: 108-109

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3795.2.1

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scientific name

Paradilepis
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Paradilepis   cf. urceus ( Wedl, 1855) Hsü, 1935

Fishes (M): Liver.

GUANAJUATO: Presa Ignacio Allende: Chirostoma jordani ( Scholz & Salgado-Maldonado 2001)   ; Río La Laja (Empalme Escobedo): Micropterus salmoides ( Salgado-Maldonado 2006)   ; Río La Laja (Las Adjuntas), Río La Laja ( Soria La Huerta): Chirostoma jordani ( Salgado-Maldonado 2006)   .

Specimens in collections: BMNH (2000.11.8.5– 6); CNHE (4125 – 6); IPCAS (C – 315); USNPC (90555).

Notes: The shape of the distal hooks of the Mexican specimens (particularly blade/handle ratio) differs of the original (see Scholz & Salgado-Maldonado 2001).

Paradilepis   sp.

Fishes (M): Liver, mesentery.

BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR: Oasis Corralitos, Oasis Poza Larga: Cyprinus carpio ( Méndez et al. 2010)   . GUANAJUATO: Presa La Biznaga: Chirostoma jordani ( Scholz & Salgado-Maldonado 2001)   . MICHOACÁN: Lago de Cuitzeo: Chirostoma jordani ( Lira-Guerrero et al. 2008)   .

Specimens in collections: CNHE (4310, 7073); IPCAS (C – 314).

Birds (A): Intestine.

DURANGO: Río Guatimapé: Phalacrocorax brasilianus   (present study). SONORA: Ciénaga de Santa Clara: Phalacrocorax auritus   (present study). TABASCO: Río Teapa: Phalacrocorax brasilianus   (present study). VERACRUZ: Río Tecolutla: Phalacrocorax brasilianus ( Scholz et al. 2002)   ; Humedal Los Chivos: Phalacrocorax brasilianus   (present study). YUCATÁN: Chuburná (Progreso): Cochlearius cochlearius   (Ortega- Olivares et al. 2008).

Specimens deposited: CNHE (8451 – 2, 8472, 8483).

Specimens in collections: CNHE (4397, 6042).

Notes: The specimens collected in Chirostoma jordani   from Guanajuato and those from Río Tecolutla in Phalacrocorax brasilianus   are conspecific and probably new to science. The specimens from Chuburná (Progreso) represent a distinct species (see Scholz et al. 2002; Ortega-Olivares et al. 2008).

USNPC

United States National Parasite Collection