Goeziinae Travassos, 1919

Luque, José L., Aguiar, Julio C., Vieira, Fabiano M., Gibson, David I. & Santos, Cláudia Portes, 2011, 3082, Zootaxa 3082, pp. 1-88 : 16-17

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Goeziinae Travassos
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Subfamily Goeziinae Travassos

Goezia brasiliensis Moravec, Kohn & Fernandes —adult—FW Hosts and site of infection: Brycon hilarii (stomach), Pseudoplatystoma corruscans (intestine).

Localities: Foz do Iguaçú , Itaipú Reservoir, Paraná River— PR.

References: Moravec et al. (1994b), Moravec (1998), Vicente & Pinto (1999), Kohn et al. (2003), Eiras et al. (2010).

Goezia brevicaeca Moravec, Kohn & Fernandes —adult—FW—stomach

Hosts: Brycon hilarii , Leporinus friderici .

Locality: Foz do Iguaçú , Itaipú Reservoir, Paraná River— PR.

References: Moravec et al. (1994b), Moravec (1998), Vicente & Pinto (1999), Kohn et al. (2003), Guidelli et al. (2006), Takemoto et al. (2009), Eiras et al. (2010).

Goezia leporini Martins & Yoshitoshi —adult—FW—intestine

Hosts: Leporinus macrocephalus , Piaractus mesopotamicus .

Locality: Batatais—SP.

References: Martins & Yoshitoshi (2003), Martins et al. (2004), Eiras et al. (2010).

Goezia spinulosa (Diesing) —adult and larva—FW

Syn.: Lecanocephalus spinulosus Diesing

Hosts and site of infection: “Acará-açú”, Arapaima gigas (adult and larva—stomach), Astronotus ocellatus (adult—stomach), Astyanax schubarti * (adult—stomach), Galeocharax knerii * (adult—stomach), Hoplias malabaricus * (adult—intestine, stomach), Leporellus vittatus * (adult—stomach), Leporinus copelandii (adult—stomach), L. elongatus , L. friderici (adult—intestine, caecum), L. obtusidens (adult—intestine), Micropterus salmoides (adult—stomach), Pimelodus maculatus * (adult—stomach), Pseudoplatystoma corruscans (unspecified—unspecified), Salminus brasiliensis * (adult—stomach).

Localities: Amazonas River Basin; Amazon fish farm— AM; Araguaia River — MT; Posto de Piscicultura Lima Campos —CE; MG; Mexiana Island —PA; Upper Paraná River — PR; Rio de Janeiro —RJ; Guaporé River —RO; Pirassununga —SP .

References: Diesing (1839), Travassos et al. (1928), Freitas & Lent (1946), Yamaguti (1961), Rasheed (1965), Travassos & Kohn (1965), Bührnheim (1976), Santos et al. (1979), Thatcher (1981, 1991, 2006), Vicente et al. (1985), Costa et al. (1995), Moravec (1998), Pavanelli et al. (2004), Guidelli et al. (2006), Tavares & Luque (2006), Santos, C.P. et al. (2008), Araujo et al. (2009b), Santos & Moravec (2009), Takemoto et al. (2009), Eiras et al. (2010), Menezes et al. (2011).

Remark: According to Bührnheim (1976), larval specimens were found in the mesentery, wall of the stomach and intestine in hosts marked with an asterisk.

Goezia sp. —adult and larva—FW

Hosts and site of infection: Ageneiosus militaris (larva—stomach), Hemisorubim platyrhynchos (adult— intestine), Hoplosternum littorale (adult—intestine), Mylossoma duriventre (larva—stomach), Pimelodus maculatus (adult—intestine), Rhaphiodon vulpinus (larva—stomach), Serrasalmus marginatus (larva— stomach), Trachelyopterus galeatus (adult, intestine—larva, stomach).

Localities: São Francisco River — MG; Foz do Iguaçú, Guaira, Paraná River , Upper Paraná River — PR; Guandu River —RJ .

References: Moravec et al. (1993a), Moravec (1998), Vicente & Pinto (1999), Brasil-Sato (2003), Guidelli et al. (2003), Pavanelli et al. (2004), Abdallah et al. (2006), Takemoto et al. (2009), Azevedo et al. (2010), Eiras et al. (2010).

AM

Australian Museum

MT

Mus. Tinro, Vladyvostok

MG

Museum of Zoology