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Table 3

Comparison of T. paludicus n. sp. to other Thelohanellus spp. from cyprinid fish hosts of the subfamily Cobitinae.

Thelohanellus spp. Hosts and location Site of infection SL SW ST PCL PCW PTc Source
T. paludicus n. sp. Cobitis paludica in Portugal Undifferentiated tissues of kidneys and gonads 14.4 ± 0.5 (14.0–15.3) 8.4 ± 0.3 (8.0–8.7) 6.7 ± 0.3 (6.0–7.0) 3.9 ± 0.1 (3.7–4.0) 5–6 Present study
T. acuminatus Akhmerov, 1955 Cyprinus carpio in Far-East Russia. Also Misgurnus anguillicaudatus in Far-East Russia Gills 13.0–14.0 5.0 7.0–7.5 2.0–2.3 [79]
T. misgurni (Kudo, 1919) Kudo, 1933 [Syns Myxobolus misgurni Kudo, 1919; M. fuhrmanni Kudo, 1916] Misgurnus anguillicaudatus in Japan Gall bladder 14.0–15.5 6.0–7.3 2.0–3.0 6.3–7.5 3.7 4–5 [36, 37]
T. pyriformis (Thélohan, 1892) Kudo, 1933 Tinca tinca, and other Eurasian cypriniforms, including Misgurnus fossilis Gills, spleen, liver, intestine, and kidneys 17.1 (14.9–22.0) 8.2 (6.1–9.7) 6.4 (6.0–6.9) 6.9 (5.1–10.6) 3.2 (2.3–4.5) [36, 37, 79]

SL, myxospore length; SW, myxospore width; ST, myxospore thickness; PCL, polar capsule length; PCW, polar capsule width; PTc, number of polar tubule coils; S, smaller; L, larger.

Measurements are given in μm, as M ± SD (range) (when available).

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