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rats captured in Marseille: evaluation of the zoonotic risk. Bull Acad Natl Med. 181 (5): 887-895. PMid:9312363 4. Mafiana, C.F., Osho, M., Sam-Wobo, S. (1997). Gastrointestinal helminth parasites of the black rat (Rattus rattus) in Abeokuta, Southwest Nigeria. J Helminthol. 71 (3): 217-220. PMid:9705679 5. Milazzo, C., Cagnin, M., Dibella, C., Geraci, F., Ribas, A. (2010). Helminth fauna of commensal rodents, Mus musculus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Rattus rattus (Linaeus, 1958) (Rodentia-Muridae) in Sicili (Italy). Rev Ibero

–2000). Academia, Praha [18] Movchan, Y. V., Smirnov, A. J. (1988): Fauna of Ukraine. VIII. Fishes. Naukova Dumka, Kiev [In Ukrainian] [19] Niewiadomska, K. (2003): Fish parasites of Poland (key to identification). Flatworms — Digenea. Polish Parasitological Society, Warszawa [In Polish] [20] Pojmańska, T. (1991): Fish parasites of Poland (key to identification). Tapeworms — Cestoda. Witlod Stefański Institute of Parasitology PAS, Warszawa [In Polish] [21] Popiołek, M. (2002): Helminth parasites of the weatherfish — Misgurnus fossilis (L.) (Cobitidae, Pisces) from

References Aho, J.M. (1990): Helminth communities of amphibians and reptiles: Comparative approaches to understanding patterns and processes. In: Esch, G.W., Bush, A.O., Aho, J.M. (Eds) Parasite Communities: Patterns and Processes. Chapman and Hall, New York, U.S.A., pp. 157 - 195 Al-Sorkhy, M.K., Amr, Z. (2003): Platyhelminth parasites of some amphibians in Jordan. Turk. J. Zool. , 27: 89 - 93 Amin, O.M., Düşen, S., Oğuz, M.C. (2012): Review of the helminth parasites of Turkish anurans (Amphibia). Sci. Parasitol. , 13(1): 1 - 16 Anderson, R.C. (2000

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.90 Orthoptera 1 2.86 1 3.23 7.31 3.83 3.31 Class Malacostraca Isopoda 1 2.86 1 3.23 54.5 28.59 11.56 Total 35 100 31 100 190.63 100 100 We did not find significant correlation between SVL and prey volume (rs=0.2402, p=0.2695) and between mandible width and prey volume (rs=0.2443, p=0.2613), however, the correlation between the weight of the animal and volume of the largest prey consumed was significant (rs=0.4322, p= 0.0394). Among the 12 L. petersii individuals that were analyzed for helminths parasites, 83.3 % were infected by at least one helminth species of Nematoda, no


In the years 2012-2014, carcasses of 286 birds of prey from the territory of Slovakia were examined for the presence of helminth parasites. The number of bird species in the study was 23; five belonging to the Falconiformes order, eleven to Accipitriformes, and seven to Strigiformes. A finding of Cestoda class comprehended 4 families: Paruterinidae (4), Dilepididae (2), Mesocestoididae (2) and Anoplocephalidae (1). Birds of prey were infected with 6 families Nematoda species of the Secernentea class: Syngamidae (1), Habronematidae (2), Tetrameridae (3), Physalopteridae (1), Acuariidae (1), and Anisakidae (2). Out of the Adenophorea class, the Capillariidae family (1) was confirmed. The Acanthocephala group was represented by the Paleacanthocephala class, the Centrorhynchidae family (3). Out of the Trematoda class, 12 different species of flukes were found, belonging to the Diplostomidae (5), Cyathocotylidae (1), Strigeidae (4), Opistorchidae (1), and Plagiorchidae (1) families. The most frequent helminth species infecting diurnal birds of prey was Strigea falconis. This fluke was confirmed in one bird species from the Falconiformes order and in eight species from the Accipitriformes order. In nocturnal birds of prey, the most common finding was the acanthocephalan Centrorhynchus aluconis, identified in four different host species of the Strigiformes order. In total, 23 helminth species were recorded for the first time in Slovakia.

] Düşen, S., Öz, M. (2004): Helminth parasites of the Tree Frog, Hyla arborea (Anura: Hylidae) from Southwest Turkey. Comp. Parasitol., 71(2): 258–261. DOI: 10.1654/4123 [14] Düşen, S., Öz, M. (2006): Parasitic helminths of the Marsh Frog, Rana ridibunda Pallas, 1771 (Anura: Ranidae), from Antalya Province, south-west Turkey. Comp. Parasitol., 73(1): 121–129. DOI: 10.1654/4162.1 [15] Düşen, S. (2007): Helminths of the two Mountain Frogs, Banded Frog, Rana camerani Boulenger, 1886 and Uludağ Frog Rana

eynoso , F., R ojas -C astañeda , S. (2016): Helminth parasites of lane snapper, Lutjanus synagris from Santiaguillo Reef, Veracruz, Mexico. J. Agricult. Sci ., 8: 81 – 88. DOI: 10.5539/jas.v8n11p81 M ontoya -M endoza , J., J iménez -B adillo , L., S algado -M aldonado , G., M endoza -F ranco , E.F. (2014): Helminth parasites of the red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus (Perciformes: Lutjanidae) from the reef Santiaguillo, Veracruz, Mexico. J. Parasitol. , 100: 868 – 872. DOI: 10.1645/13-429.1 M oore , B.R., S tapley , J., A llsop , Q., N ewman , S.J., B allagh , A

-east Atlantic. Bull. Br. Mus. (Zool. Series), 51: 1–125 [18] Herreras, M. V., Kaarstad. A. E., Balbuena, J. A., Kinze, C. C., Raga, J. A. (1997): Helminth parasites of the digestive tract of the harbour porpoise Phocaena phocaena in Danish waters: a comparative geographical analysis. Dıs. Aquat. Organ., 163–167 [19] Køie, M. (1991): Aspects of the morphology and life cycle of Lecithocladium excisum (Digenea, Hemiuridae), a parasite of Scomber spp. Int. J. Parasitol., 21: 597–602 [20] Markowski, S. (1938): Contribution a la

Yamaguti, 1934 (Cestoidea: Bothriocephalidae) en peces de Metztitlán, Hidalgo, México. Hidrobiológica, 15: 283–288 (in Spanish) [7] Magurran, A. (1998): Ecological diversity and its measurement. Croom Helm, London [8] Martínez-Aquino A., Salgado-Maldonado, G., Aguilar-Aguilar, R., Cabañas-carranza, G., Mendoza-Palmero, C. (2007): Helminth parasite communities of Characodon audax and C. lateralis (Pisces: Goodeidae), endemic freshwater fishes from Durango, Mexico. Southwest. Nat., 52: 125–130[125:HPCOCA]2.0.CO;2 [9] Martínez