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The pathology elicited by the parasitic copepod Salmincola lotae and its distribution within the oral cavity of the burbot, Lota lota , is described. A total of 63 copepods were recovered. Burbot were examined from three Lake Michigan collecting sites: 70 from Sturgeon Bay, 9 from Manitowoc, and 60 from Sheboygan were not infested with S. Salmincola lotae appears to prefer middle regions of the roof of the mouth.
Mechanical damage to host tissues resulting from copepod presence included epidermal shredding from parasite feeding and lesions from bulla excavation and implantation. Epidermal encapsulation of the second maxillae of S.
Increased dermal vascularization and leucocyte infiltration occurred in regions of parasite attachment. This is the first report of S. Advanced Search. All Journals Journal.
Canadian Journal of Zoology. Lasee, , Daniel R. Sutherland, and , Maryjo E. Ballast-mediated animal introductions in the Laurentian Great Lakes: retrospective and prospective analyses. Article Tools. Journal Tools Instructions to authors Get an email alert for the latest issue Check out the journal's featured content Follow the Journal Subscribe Now or click here for more information. Connect With Us. CSP Blog. Linked In.