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Benedenia sp monogenea capsalidae in tilapia oreochromis aureus cultured in marine environment first report


, : Benedenia sp monogenea capsalidae in tilapia oreochromis aureus cultured in marine environment first report. Revista de Salud Animal 8(2): 141-145

The finding of Benedenia sp. (Monogenea: Capsalidae) in tilapia (Oreochromis aureus) cultured in cages in marine environment is first reported. The parasite showed an invasion extension of 60%, and an invasion intensity of 4.3 per fish (N = 10).

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