Volume 18 Number 58 January - March, 2017

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The two years consecutive investigations of fresh water garfish, Xenentodon cancilla (Teleostomi: Belonidae) were conducted for the helminthes infection of zoonotic significance off the Gangetic riverine ecosystem. The advanced 3rd stage larval forms and mature worms of Sturdynema multiembryonata gen. et sp.n. (Spiruroidea: Gnathostomatinae) were recovered found embedded in a cavity within the liver tissues of fish. The autogenic infectivity being reported in life cycle typically within the aquatic hosts was remarkable. The morphotaxometric analysis and ultra topological investigations through scanning electron microscopy of proposed newer genera were validated by the critical appraisal of molecular heterogeneity on the basis of 18S rDNA analysis been presented in this investigation.

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