Arthropoda – Parasitic

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1Adkinson, 1988.Adkison, D. 1988. Pseudione parviramus and Aporobopyrus collardi, two new species of Bopyridae (Isopoda: Epicaridea) from the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101: 576–584.
2Adkinson and Heard, 1995.Adkison, D., and R. W. Heard. 1995. Pseudione overstreeti, new species (Isopoda: Epicaridea: Bopyridae), a parasite of Callichirus islagrande (Decapoda: Anomura: Callianassidae) from the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf Research Reports 9(2): 105–110.
3Adkinson and Collard, 1990.Adkison, D., and S. B. Collard. 1990. Description of the cryptoniscium larva of Entophilus omnitectus Richardson, 1903 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Epicaridea) and records from the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 103: 649–654.
4Alvarez et al., 1999.Alvarez, F., Gracia, A., Robles, R., & Calderón, J. 1999. Parasitization of Callinectes rathbunae and Callinectes sapidus by the rhizocephalan barnacle Loxothylacus texanus in Alvarado Lagoon, Veracruz, Mexico. Gulf Research Reports, 15-22.
5Bangham, 1939.Bangham, R. V. 1939. Parasites of Centrarchidae from southern Florida. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 68(1), 263-268.
6Bangham, 1940.Bangham, R. V. 1940. Parasites of freshwater fishes of southern Florida. Proceedings of the Florida Academy of Science 5: 289–307.
7Barriga and Briones, 1985.Barriga, A. C. D., & Briones, E. E. 1985. Isopods of the genus Excorallana Stebbing, 1904 (Crustacea, Isopoda, Corallanidae) from the east coast of Mexico with a supplemental description of E. subtilis. Gulf Research Reports, 8(4,363-374), 363.
8Benz et al., 2001.Benz, G. W., B. E. Smith, & S. A. Bullard. 2001. Kroyerina deetsorum n. sp. (Copepoda: Kroyeriidae) from the olfactory sacs of Atlantic sharpnose sharks (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae) captured in the Gulf of Mexico and Northwestern Atlantic and first report of copepodids representing Kroyeriidae. Journal of Parasitology 87(6):1279–1290
9Bere, 1936.Bere, R. 1936. Parasitic copepods from Gulf of Mexico fish. American Midland Naturalist, 17(3), 577-625.
10Bortone, 1971.Bortone, S. A. 1971. Ecological aspects of two species of parasitic copepods new to the tidewater silverside, Menidia beryllina (Cope). J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc, 87, 120-123.
11Bortone et al., 1978.Bortone, S. A., Bradley, W. K., & Oglesby, J. L. 1978. The host—parasite relationship of two copepod species and two fish species. Journal of Fish Biology, 13(3), 337-350.
12Boyko, 2003.Boyko, C. 2003. New host and distribution records for Leidya bimini Pearse, 1951 in the Gulf of Mexico, with comments on related taxa and a redescription of Cardiocepon pteroides Nobili, 1906 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae: Ioninae). Gulf and Caribbean Research 15: 5–11.
13Boyko, 2006.Boyko, C. B. 2006. A New Shrimp Host for Parabopyrella lata (Nierstrasz and Brender a Brandis, 1929)(Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) from the Florida Gulf Coast: A Novel Host-Parasite Relationship or a Case of Mistaken Identity?. Gulf of Mexico Science, 24(1/2), 41.
14Causey, 1955.Causey, D. 1955. Parasitic Copepoda from Gulf of Mexico fish. Occasional Papers of the Marine Laboratory, Louisiana State University No. 9: 1–19.
15Causey, 1960.Causey, D. 1960. Parasitic Copepoda from Mexican coastal fishes. Bulletin of Marine Science, 10(3), 323-337.
16Cook, 2012.Cook, C. W. 2012. The early life history and reproductive biology of Cymothoa excisa, a marine isopod parasitizing Atlantic croaker, (Micropogonias undulatus), along the Texas coast. MS Thesis. 81 p.
17Cowan, 1994.Cowan, Daniel F. 1994. GA664 – August 29, 1994. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
18Cowan, 1995a.Cowan, Daniel F. 1995a. GA699 – April 15, 1995. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
19Cowan, 1995b.Cowan, Daniel F. 1995b. GA705 – June 10, 1995. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
20Cowan, 1996a.Cowan, Daniel F. 1996a. GA775 – March 18, 1996. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
21Cowan, 1996b.Cowan, Daniel F. 1996b. GA810 – April 21, 1996. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
22Cowan, 1998.Cowan, Daniel F. 1998. GA881 – February 5, 1998. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
23Cowan, 2000.Cowan, Daniel F. 2000. GA1027 – February 22, 2000. Necropsy Report. N.p.: n.p., n.d.Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Web. .
24Cowan, 2003.Cowan, Daniel F. 2003. "Pathologist's Report - GA1244." Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network 3 (Fall 2003): 8. Print.
25Cressey, 1981.Cressey, R. F. 1981. Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, I: Holobomolochus and Neobomolochus. Smithsonian Institution Press.
26Cressey, 1983.Cressey, R. F. 1983. Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, II: Bomolochidae. Smithsonian Institution Press.
27Cressey, 1991.Cressey, R. F. 1991. Parasitic copepods from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean sea, III: Caligus. Smithsonian Institution Press.
28Curran et al, 2014.Curran, S. S., Overstreet, R. M., Collins, D. E., & Benz, G. W. 2014. Levisunguis subaequalis ng, n. sp., a tongue worm (Pentastomida: Porocephalida: Sebekidae) infecting softshell turtles, Apalone spp.(Testudines: Trionychidae) in the southeastern United States. Systematic parasitology, 87(1), 33-45.
29Dahlberg, 1969.Dahlberg, M. D. 1969. Incidence of the isopod, Olencira praegustator, and copepod, Lernaeenicus radiatus, in three species and hybrid menhaden (Brevoortia) from the Florida coasts, with five new host records. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 98(1), 111-115.
30Espínola-Novelo et al., 2013.Espínola-Novelo, J. F., González-Salas, C., Guillén-Hernández, S., & MacKenzie, K. 2013. Metazoan parasites of Mycteroperca bonaci (Epinephelidae) off the coast of Yucatán, Mexico, with a checklist of its parasites in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean region. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad, 84(4), 1111-1120.
31Frasca et al., 2004.Frasca, S. Jr., V. L. Kirsipuu, S. Russell, S. A. Bullard, & G. W. Benz. 2004. Opercular lesions in black drum (Pogonias cromis) associated with infections of the sea louse Sciaenophilus tenuis (Copepoda: Caligidae). Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 34(2):115–127.
32Harris and Ragan, 1970.Harris, A. H., & Ragan, J. G. 1970. Observations on the ecology and incidence of Loxothylacus texanus (Boschma), parasite in the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus Rathbun) in south Louisiana. Proc. SW Assoc. Parasit.
33Ho, 1967.Ho, J. S. 1967. Cyclopoid copepods of the genus Telson parasitic on uranoscopid fishes in the Gulf of Mexico. The Journal of parasitology, 852-858.
34Ho, 1969.Ho, J. S. 1969. Copepods of the family Taeniacanthidae (Cyclopoida) parasitic on fishes in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin of Marine Science, 19(1), 111-130.
35Humes, 1953.Humes, A. G. 1953. Ostrincola gracilis CB Wilson, a parasite of marine pelecypods in Louisiana (Copepoda, Cyclopoida). Tulane Stud. Zool, 1(8), 99-107.
36Hutton, 1964.Hutton, R. F. 1964. A second list of parasites from marine and coastal animals of Florida. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 83: 439–447.
37Hutton and Sogandares-Bernal, 1960.Hutton, R. F., and F. Sogandares-Bernal. 1960. A list of parasites from marine and coastal animals of Florida. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 79(3): 287–292.
38Jefferson et al., 1995.Jefferson, T. A., Odell, D. K., & Prunier, K. T. 1995. Notes on the biology of the Clymene dolphin (Stenella clymene) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Marine Mammal Science, 11(4), 564-573.
39Jones and Circe, 1977.Jones, T. L., and R. C. Circe. 1977. The occurrence of Argulus bicolor Bere, 1936 on Trachinotus carolinus (Linnaeus) from the Texas coast. Texas Journal of Science 29: 301–302.
40Joy, 1976.Joy, J. E. 1976. Gill parasites of the spot Leiostomus xanthurus from Clear Lake, Texas. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 63-68.
41Lázaro-Chávez et al., 1996.Lázaro-Chávez, E., Alvarez, F., & Rosas, C. 1996. Records of Loxothylacus texanus (Cirripedia: Rhizocephala) parasitizing the blue crab Callinectes sapidus in Tamiahua Lagoon, Mexico. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 105-110.
42Markham, 1985.Markham, J. 1985. A review of the bopyrid isopods infesting caridean shrimps in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean, with special reference to those collected during the Hourglass cruises in the Gulf of Mexico. Memoirs of the Hourglass Cruises 7(3): 1–156.
43More, 1966.More, William R. 1966. Studies of the Blue Crab in Texas. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 1966.
44Overstreet, 1978.Overstreet, R. M. 1978. Marine maladies? Worms, germs, and other symbionts from the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Mississippi–Alabama Sea Grant Consortium Publication MASGP-78-021. 140 pp.
45Overstreet et al., 1985.Overstreet, R. M., Self, J. T., & Vliet, K. A. 1985. The Pentastomid Sebekia mississippiensis sp. n. in the American Alligator and Other Hosts. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 52(2): 266-277
46Pearse, 1952.Pearse, A. 1952. Parasitic Crustacea from the Texas coast. Publications of the Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Texas 2(2): 5–22.
47Pearse, 1934.Pearse, A. S. 1934. Observations on the Parasites and Commensials found Associated with Crustaceans and Fishes at Dry Tortugas, Florida. Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vol 28: 104-115.
48Pearse, 1953.Pearse, A. S. 1953. Parasitic crustaceans from Alligator Harbor, Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 15: 187–243.
49Pineda et al., 1995.Pineda, R., Paramo, S., & Del Rio, R. 1995. A new species of the genus Argulus (Crustacea: Branchiura) parasitic on Atractosteus tropicus (Pisces: Lepisosteidae) from Tabasco, Mexico. Systematic parasitology, 30(3), 199-206.
50Poly, 2005.Poly, W. J. 2005. Argulus yucatanus n. sp. (Crustacea: Branchiura) parasitic on Cichlasoma urophthalmus from Yucatan, Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Research 17: 1–13.
51Reinhard, 1950.Reinhard, E. G. 1950. The morphology of Loxothylacus texanus Boschma, a sacculinid parasite of the blue crab. Texas Journal of Science, 2:360-365.
52Román-Contreras and Soto, 2002.Román-Contreras, R., & Soto, L. A. 2002. A new deep-water genus and species of a branchial bopyrid infesting the galatheid crab Munidopsis erinaceus from the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 22(2), 279-286.
53Salgado-Maldonado et al., 1997.Salgado-Maldonado, G., R. Pineda-López, V. M. Vidal-Martínez, and C. R. Kennedy. 1997. A checklist of metazoan parasites of cichlid fish from Mexico. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 64: 195–207.
54Sánchez-Ramírez and Vidal-Martínez, 2002.Sánchez-Ramírez, C., and V. M. Vidal-Martínez. 2002. Metazoan parasite infracommunities of Florida Pompano ( Trachinotus carolinus ) from the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Journal of Parasitology 88: 1087–1094.
55Stone, 1987.Stone, I. 1987. Excorallana delaneyi n. sp.(crustacea: isopoda: Excorallanidae from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico (Doctoral dissertation, University of Southern Mississippi).
56Stone and Heard, 1989.Stone, I., and R. W. Heard. 1989. Excorallana delaneyi, n. sp. (Crustacea, Isopoda, Excorallanidae) from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico with observations on adult characters and sexual dimorphism in related species of Excorallana Stebbing, 1904. Gulf Research Reports 8(2): 199–211.
57Vidal-Martínez et al., 2014V.M. Vidal-Martínez, P. Pal, M.L. Aguirre-Macedo, A.L. May-Tec and J.W. Lewis 2014. Temporal variation in the dispersion patterns of metazoan parasites of a coastal fish species from the Gulf of Mexico . Journal of Helminthology, 88, pp 112-122. doi:10.1017/S0022149X12000843.
58Venard and Bangham, 1941.Venard, C. E., & Bangham, R. V. 1941. Sebekia oxycephala (Pentastomida) from Florida fishes and some notes on the morphology of the larvae. The Ohio Journal of Science. v41 n1 (January, 1941), 23-28.
59Wardle and Tirpak, 1991.Wardle, W. J., & Tirpak, A. J. 1991. Occurrence and distribution of an outbreak of infection of Loxothylacus texanus (Rhizocephala) in blue crabs in Galveston Bay, Texas, with special reference to size and coloration of the parasite's external reproductive structures. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 553-560.
60Wardle et al., 2000.Wardle, W. J., Haney, T. A., & Worthy, G. A. 2000. New host record for the whale louse Isocyamus delphinii (Amphipoda, Cyamidae). Crustaceana-International Journal of Crustacean Research, 73(5), 639-641.