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Parasites of marine mammals

L. Margolis

Parasites of marine mammals

by L. Margolis

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Published by Alberta Agriculture, Animal Health Division, Available from the Queen"s Printer in [Edmonton, Alta.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes abstract.

StatementLeo Margolis, Hisao P. Arai.
SeriesSynopsis of the parasites of vertebrates of Canada
ContributionsArai, Hisao P., 1926-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/02642 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p. ;
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1907616M
LC Control Number90112012

Description: The Sperm Whale is the largest of all toothed whales and is the largest toothed animal alive, measuring up to 18 meters (60 ft) long, as well as being the largest known predator ever to exist, apart from the blue whale. The Sperm Whale's enormous head and distinctive shape, as well as its central role in Herman Melville's Moby-Dick, have led many to describe it as the archetypal. In summary, this book is effective on several levels. It is an excellent resource for people interested in wild mammals and their parasites, it is an exciting introduction for those entering the disciplines of wildlife biology or wildlife parasitology, and, perhaps inadvertently, it is an .

Parasitic infection is a common problem in most species of wild mammals, but parasitism appears to be a much greater problem in marine mammals than in most terrestrial species. This chapter describes and discusses the more common, significant, and interesting lesions of parasites in sea mammals. Description: Adapted to life in the Arctic, it has a number of anatomical and physiological characteristics that differentiate it from other cetaceans. The unmistakable all-white colour, absence of a dorsal fin, and the distinctive protuberance at the front of its head which houses an echolocation organ called the melon.

thetrematodesofthesemammals,andthatmanyofthedescrip- tionsofspecies have appeared inpublications havingmore or less limited circulation, thewriter hasundertaken to assemble descriptions. Seals and other marine mammals in the Pacific Northwest are being infected by two kinds of parasites. Credit: D. Lambourn/WDFW BETHESDA, Maryland -- A study of tissue samples from marine mammals that died between and in the Pacific Northwest reveals an association between severe illness and co-infection with two kinds of parasites.


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Parasites of marine mammals by L. Margolis Download PDF EPUB FB2

The reader may wonder why, within a book of biology and conservation of marine mammals, a chapter should be devoted to their parasites. There are four fundamental reasons. Marine mammals are susceptible to all of the major groups of parasites, including various nematodes, trematodes, cestodes, mites, lice, and acanthocephalans.

Clinical experience with many of these is limited, whereas others are commonly seen in recently captured specimens. the parasites and microbes that present hazards to humans and animals (e.g.

sled dogs) who eat parts of marine mammals, but cooking may not be possible or culturally acceptable. The guide, however, does attempt to indicate where a risk may be present. The reader may wonder why, within a book of biology and conservation of marine mammals, a chapter should be devoted to their parasites.

There are four fundamental reasons. First, parasites represent a substantial but neglected facet of biodiversity that still has to be evaluated in detail (Windsor, ; Hoberg, ; Brooks and Hoberg, Cited by: The design and implementation of conservation plans for marine mammals is a matter of public concern.

However, very little is known about the role of parasites in the dynamics of marine mammal. This comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date work provides the definitive overview of marine parasites worldwide.

It is an invaluable reference for students and researchers in parasitology and marine biology and will also be of interest to ecologists, aquaculturists and invertebrate biologists. Initial chapters review the diversity and basic biology of the different groups of marine.

Reported Incidences of Parasitic Infections in Marine Mammals from to is a comprehensive list of parasites reported from marine mammals, based on the scien-tific literature published between the late ’s andincluding sources of infor-mation, geographical locations of the host/parasite, and possible synonyms suggested.

Some live as adults in such marine mammals as seals, porpoises, whales and dolphins. The eggs enter the seawater with the feces of these mammals. They are eaten by small crustaceans such as copepods, which in turn are eaten by a fish or a squid.

If this infected host is consumed by the proper marine mammal, the larvae will mature into adults. About this book The first edition was highly successful and a respected reference book for many years.

This extensive revision, by 30 contributing authors, details the latest advances in the recognition and detection of parasitic diseases in free-ranging and captive mammals, and addresses wildlife management and public health considerations. Handbook of Marine Mammals: The Second Book of Dolphins and the Porpoises - Kindle edition by Ridgway, Sam H.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Handbook of Marine Mammals: The Second Book of Dolphins and the cturer: Academic Press. Marine parasites may be small in size, but they can be present in very high numbers and put together can weigh even more than all the top predators in an estuary or bay ecosystem.

They play an important role in keeping their host population from growing out of control—allowing them to exert power over food webs and ecosystem : Katrina Lohan. The parasites of marine mammals can infect valuable animals in aquaria, causing lesions and diseases.

For this reason, expensive prophylactic measures must be used routinely. The most important economic impact, however, is due to anisakid nematodes whose larvae occur in commercial fish and squid.

Beyond their sanitary or economic importance, parasites of marine mammals are an integral, unique part of the biosphere that may potentially influence important facets of host biology. This chapter provides an overview of the diversity of marine mammal parasites, including protozoans, helminths, and arthropods.

Interest in marine mammals has increased dramatically in the last few decades, as evidenced by the number of books, scientific papers, and conferences devoted to these animals.

Nowadays, a conference on marine mammals can attract between one and two thousand scientists from around the world. This comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date work provides the definitive overview of marine parasites worldwide.

It is an invaluable reference for students and researchers in parasitology and marine biology and will also be of interest to ecologists, aquaculturists and invertebrate l chapters review the diversity and basic biology of the different groups of marine.

Marine Parasitology. by Klaus Rohde September This comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date work provides the definitive overview of marine parasites worldwide. It is an invaluable reference for students and researchers in parasitology and marine biology and will also be of interest to ecologists, aquaculturists and invertebrate biologists.

Klaus Rohde is Professor Emeritus at the University of New England, Australia, and the author of the well-known book Ecology of Marine Parasites.

As editor of Marine Parasitology he has assembled contributions by 75 scientists from around the world, all leaders in their s: 1. Title. Synopsis of the parasites of vertebrates of Canada: parasites of marine mammals / Related Titles.

Related/Analytical: Parasites of marine mammals. Margolis, L.,   The present checklist comprises 36 species of marine mammals, and species of parasites (helminths, arthropods and protozoans).

Mammal species occurring in New Zealand and Australian waters but not included in the checklist represent gaps in our : K. Lehnert, R. Poulin, B. Presswell. Here is a comprehensive list of parasites from marine mammals, based on the scientific literature published between the late ’s andincluding sources of information, geographical locations of the host/parasite, and possible synonyms suggested by the original sources.

This is a diagnostic key for identification of the parasites of marine mammals used by the Navy. Photographs or drawings of each parasite are presented to assist the veterinarian or technician in confirming the parasite species.

Search this site, DoD S&T Reports, and more.Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mammal parasites.: Subcategories. This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.

A Parasitic animals of mammals‎ (3 C, 23 P).This book is a comprehensive list of parasites reported from marine mammals, based on the scientific literature published between the late ’s andincluding sources of information, geographical locations of the host/parasite, and possible synonyms suggested by the original sources.