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Larval populations of Clunio sp.1 are reported for the first time from marine fouling samples obtained in Hurghada during November 2015. This is a new record for the Egyptian Red Sea fauna. A full structural description of the larva is provided and its local distribution is discussed.

Introduction The gilt-head sea bream, Sparus aurata ( Sparidae ), is one of the most popular food fishes from the Red Sea, which makes it attractive for aquaculture ( 21 ). For successful aquaculture, the effective control of parasitic diseases infecting fish should be carefully attended to, not least also because parasites can be spread from farmed fish to the wild population ( 23 ). Due to their direct life cycles, monogenean parasites constitute one of the most dangerous parasites infecting cultured fish ( 22 , 23 ). Microcotylidae ( 24 ) represent the

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