Some myxosporidia found in Pacific Northwest salmonids

Journal of Parasitology
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Abstract

During the histological examination of a group of wild and hatchery salmonids undescribed sporazoans were frequently observed. This was not unexpected, since Myxosporidia are typical fish parasites (Kudo, 1920). Myxidium were observed in kidney tubules, Cholromyxum in glomeruli, and Myxobous in the spinal cord and on epidermal scales. The present paper will deal with the description and indentification of these unclassified Myxosporodia.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Some myxosporidia found in Pacific Northwest salmonids
Series title Journal of Parasitology
DOI 10.2307/3286554
Volume 43
Issue 6
Year Published 1957
Language English
Publisher Allen Press
Contributing office(s) Western Fisheries Research Center
Description 10 p.
First page 633
Last page 642
Country United States
State Oregon, Washington
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