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Experimental infection of blue rockfish (Sebastes mystinus) with larval anisakid nematodes



Experimental infection of blue rockfish (Sebastes mystinus) with larval anisakid nematodes



Fish Pathology, 212: 81-83



Larval anisakids were not detected in any of 560 adult S. mystinus collected in Monterey Bay and Avila Beach, central California, USA. However, larval anisakids were present in 3 of 11 S. chrysomelas, in 3 of 13 S. carnatus, in 4 of 12 S. atrovirens, in 2 of 8 S. melanops and in one of 3 S. serranoides examined from Monterey Bay. S. mystinus and S. flavidus were successfully infected experimentally with Anisakis larvae.

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