A parasitological survey of the monogenoids of 14 species of common fishes associated with the local coral reefs of the Ras Mohammed National Park, National Parks of Egypt South Sinai Sector, Egypt, was carried out from May 2003 to May 2005. The monogenoids collected during the survey included 17 species: 8 previously described species, 7 new species in established genera, and 2 new species belonging to new genera

Galli, P., Benzoni, F., Strona, G., Stefani, F., & Kritsky, D. (2007). Monogenoidean parasites of fishes associated with coral reefs in the Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt: preliminary results. HELMINTHOLOGIA, 44(2), 76-79 [10.2478/s11687-007-0007-7].

Monogenoidean parasites of fishes associated with coral reefs in the Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt: preliminary results

Galli, P;Benzoni, F;Strona, G;Stefani, F;
2007

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A parasitological survey of the monogenoids of 14 species of common fishes associated with the local coral reefs of the Ras Mohammed National Park, National Parks of Egypt South Sinai Sector, Egypt, was carried out from May 2003 to May 2005. The monogenoids collected during the survey included 17 species: 8 previously described species, 7 new species in established genera, and 2 new species belonging to new genera
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Monogenoidean parasites, Red Sea
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Galli, P., Benzoni, F., Strona, G., Stefani, F., & Kritsky, D. (2007). Monogenoidean parasites of fishes associated with coral reefs in the Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt: preliminary results. HELMINTHOLOGIA, 44(2), 76-79 [10.2478/s11687-007-0007-7].
Galli, P; Benzoni, F; Strona, G; Stefani, F; Kritsky, D
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