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International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies

2017, Vol. 5, Issue 5, Part C

Seasonal study of parasitic infection in fresh water fishes from Solapur and Osmanabad District (M.S), India


Author(s): Asawari Fartade, Ravindra Chati, Sandhya Salunkhe and Usha Gavhane

Abstract: Parasites show a high degree of specialization and reproduce at a faster rate than their hosts. The parasitic worms form the major portion of biodiversity on earth. Fish harbor a variety of parasites viz. protozoan’s, cestode, trematode and nematode. In the present study, we collected freshwater fishes of species, Mastacembels armatus, Channa marulius, Channa punctatus, Clarius batrachus from different reservoirs of Solapur and Osmanabad District during summer, monsoon and winter season respectively. During the August 2016 to July 2017 we observed high helminthes parasitic infection i.e Senga, Circumoncobothrium, Procamellenus in the fishes during summer season as compared to the winter and monsoon season.

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Asawari Fartade, Ravindra Chati, Sandhya Salunkhe and Usha Gavhane. Seasonal study of parasitic infection in fresh water fishes from Solapur and Osmanabad District (M.S), India. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2017; 5(5): 198-201.
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