Biodiversity and Taxonomy of the Parasitic Crustacea

Boxshall, G. and Hayes, P. 2019. Biodiversity and Taxonomy of the Parasitic Crustacea. in: Smit, N.J., Bruce, N.L. and Hadfield, K.A. (ed.) Parasitic Crustacea Springer. pp. 73-134

Chapter titleBiodiversity and Taxonomy of the Parasitic Crustacea
AuthorsBoxshall, G. and Hayes, P.
EditorsSmit, N.J., Bruce, N.L. and Hadfield, K.A.
Abstract

Crustaceans have independently adopted a parasitic mode of life on numerous occasions, and this chapter reviews the classification and species richness of each of the parasitic clades, which lie within two major pancrustacean lineages, the Multicrustacea and the Oligostraca. Tabulated data are presented on the genera, species richness and host usage of the whale lice (Cyamidae); the generic and species richness of the families of hyperiidean amphipods; the generic and species richness and the host usage of the families and subfamilies of epicaridean isopods; the species richness, salinity regime and host taxon of cymothoid isopods; the generic and species richness and the host usage of the families of Ascothoracida and Rhizocephala; the species of Tantulocarida and their hosts; the generic and species richness and the host usage of the families and family-level groupings of cyclopoid and siphonostomatoid copepods; the species richness and salinity regimes of the genera of Branchiura; and the species richness and host usage of the genera of tongue worms (Pentastomida). Parasitic crustaceans use a total of 15 different phyla as hosts.

Book titleParasitic Crustacea
Page range73-134
Year2019
PublisherSpringer
Publication dates
Published online05 Jul 2019
Published in print27 Aug 2019
ISBN9783030173838
9783030173852
ISSN2523-3912
2523-3904
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1007/978-3-030-17385-2_3
Web address (URL)https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-17385-2_3

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