Other Parasite Taxa

Chromista, Myxozoa, Nemertea

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1Hutton, 1964.Hutton, R. F. 1964. A second list of parasites from marine and coastal animals of Florida. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 83: 439–448.
2Ulrich et al., 2007.Ulrich, P. N., Colton, C. M., Hoover, C. A., Gaffney, P. M., & Marsh, A. G. 2007. Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX) rDNA detected in oysters from the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Journal of Shellfish Research, 26(1), 195-199.
1Moore, 1966.More, William R. 1966. Studies of the Blue Crab in Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1966.
1Blaylock et al., 2004.Blaylock, R. B., Bullard, S. A., & Whipps, C. M. 2004. Kudoa hypoepicardialis n. sp.(Myxozoa: Kudoidae) and associated lesions from the heart of seven perciform fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Parasitology, 90(3), 584-593.
2Cook et al., 2005.Cook, Joshua O., Stephen A. Bullard, Robin M. Overstreet, and Reginald B. Blaylock. 2005. Kudoa sp. from the brain of gulf killifish (Fundulus grandis) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Mississippi Academy of Sciences, 16-18 February, Oxford, MS, Abstract No. ABS-104.
3Dykova et al., 1994.Dykova, I., Lom, J., & Overstreet, R. M. 1994. Myxosporean parasites of the genus Kudoa meglitsch, 1947 from some Gulf of Mexico fishes: Description of two new species and notes on their ultrastructure. European journal of protistology, 30(3), 316-323.
4Landsberg, 1993.Landsberg, J. H. 1993. Myxosporean parasites of common snook in Florida. Journal of aquatic animal health, 5(2), 102-109.