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. Vol. 2. CABI Publ., Wallingford, 1-768. Gibson, D. I., Jones, A., Bray, A. 2008. Keys to the Trematoda. Vol. 3. CABI Publ., Wallingford, 1-824. Kurochkin, Y. V., Biserova, L. I. 1996. On the etiology and diagnosis of «black-and-spotted diseases» of fish. Parasitologiya, 30 (2), 117-125 [In Russian]. Kvach, Yu. 2004. Th e metazoan parasites of gobiids in the Dniester estuary (Black sea) depending on water salinity. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies, 33 (3), 47-56. Kvach, Yu. 2006. Th e Helminth Fauna of Gobies (Gobiidae) of the Gulf of Odessa of the Black Sea

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2. - P. 172. - Russian: Ковтун О. А. Находка флависта бычка-ратана, Neogobius ratan (Osteichthyes, Perciformes), в Одесском заливе (Черное море). Manilo L. G. Gobiids (Gobiidae, Perciformes) of Northwestern part of the Black Sea and adjacent lagoon ecosystems // Zbirnik prac’ Zoologicnogo muzeu (Ki'iv). 2008-2009. - N 40. - P. 19-46. - Russian : Манило Л. Г. Быічковыіе рыбы (Gobiidae, Perciformes) северо-западной части Черного моря и прилегающих лиманных экосистем. Neilson M. E, Stepien C. A. Escape from the Ponto-Caspian: Evolution and biogeography of an

dynamics of this parasite species. We identified C. prussica in this study on the basis of its most important features. The typical characteristic of the genus Cyathocotyle is an absence of a ventral concavity and presence of a holdfast organ extending over the ventral surface of the body ( Niewiadomska, 2002 ), which distinguishes Cyathocotyle from other cyathocotylids such as Holostephanus . Metacercariae of Holostephanus spp. are common in Ponto-Caspian gobiids (Ondracková et al ., 2009; 2010; Mierzejewska et al ., 2014 ; Kvach et al ., 2014 ; 2015

. 2005. Diet composition of two gobiid species in the Khadzhibey Estuary (North-Western Black Sea, Ukraine). Acta Univ. Nicolai Copernici , Limnol . Papers , 24 , 61–68. MacNeil, C., Dick, J. T. A., Hatcher, M. J., Dunn, A. M. 2003. Differential drift and parasitism in invading and native Gammarus spp. (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Ecography , 26 , 467–473. Mordvinova, T. N. 2002. Littoral amphipods as a source of helminth infection of marine birds and fishes in the Black Sea. Abstracts of 12th Conference of Ukrainian Scientific Society of Parasitologists

Heterophyidae Leiper, 1909. In: B ray , R.A., G ıbson , D.I., J ones , A. (Eds) Keys to the Trematoda . Volume 3. London, UK: CABI Publishing and The Natural History Museum, pp. 113 – 141 P ronkına , N.K, D mıtrıeva , E.V., P olyakova , T.A., P opyuk , M.P. (2017): The Lifecycle of Dichelyne minutus (Rudolphi, 1819) (Nematoda: Cucullanidae) in the Estuarine Biocenosis of the Black Sea. Russ J Mar Biol, 43(2): 148 – 155. DOI: 10.1134/S1063074017020079 Z ander , C.D. (2003): Four-year monitoring of parasite communities in gobiid fishes of the south-western Baltic: I. Guild