Camallaninae Railliet & Henry

Luque, José L., Aguiar, Julio C., Vieira, Fabiano M., Gibson, David I. & Santos, Cláudia Portes, 2011, 3082, Zootaxa 3082, pp. 1-88 : 32

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Camallaninae Railliet & Henry
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Subfamily Camallaninae Railliet & Henry

Camallanus (Camallanus) acaudatus Ferraz & Thatcher —adult—FW—intestine

Host: Osteoglossum bicirrhosum .

Locality: Amazonas River Basin—AM.

References: Ferraz & Thatcher (1990), Thatcher (1991, 2006), Moravec (1998), Vicente & Pinto (1999), Eiras et al. (2010).

Camallanus cotti Fujita —adult—FW

Hosts and site of infection: Apistogramma cacatuoides (unspecified), Betta splendens (rectal lumen), Poecilia latipinna (unspecified), P. reticulata (intestine), Pterophylum scalare (unspecified), Xiphophorus helleri (unspecified).

Locality: Itaguaí, Niterói—RJ.

References: Alves et al. (2000), Menezes et al. (2006), Eiras et al. (2010).

Camallanus maculatus Martins, Garcia, Piazza & Ghiraldelli —adult and larva—FW—intestine

Host: Xiphophorus maculatus , Poecilia sphenops .

Locality: Araraquara—SP.

References: Martins et al. (2007), Eiras et al. (2010).

Camallanus (Camallanus) tridentatus (Drasche) —adult—FW

Syn.: Cucullanus tridentatus Drasche

Hosts and site of infection: Arapaima gigas (stomach, pyloric caeca, intestine), Osteoglossum bicirrhosum (intestine).

Localities: Amazon fish farm—AM; Amazonas River Basin, Mexiana Island—PA.

References: Drasche (1884a), Baylis (1927), Travassos et al. (1928), Yamaguti (1961), Vicente & Pinto (1981, 1999), Vicente et al.(1985), Ferraz & Thatcher (1990), Thatcher (1991, 2006), Moravec (1998), Araujo et al. (2009b), Santos & Moravec (2009a), Eiras et al. (2010).

Camallanus sp. —adult—FW—intestine

Hosts: Astronotus ocellatus , Charax gibbosus , Poecilia sphenops .

Locality: Bodoquena, Salobra—MS.

References: Travassos & Freitas (1942), Vicente et al. (1985), Eiras et al. (2010).

Oncophora melanocephala (Rudolphi) —adult—MAR—intestine

Syn.: Trichocephalus gibbosus Rudolphi ; Cucullanus melanocephalus Rudolphi

Hosts: Auxis thazard thazard , Priacanthus arenatus , Sarda sarda , Thunnus albacores , T. atlanticus , T. thynnus .

Locality: Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro —RJ.

References: Rudolphi (1819), Diesing, 1851, Pinto et al. (1988), Moravec et al. (1999), Vicente & Pinto (1999), Tavares et al. (2001), Alves & Luque (2006).