Sokolov S.G.1, Tseitlin D.G.1, Afanasyev K.I.2, Malinina T.V.2, Rubtsova G.A.2 2007. [A comparative study of two sympatric subspecies of trematodes, Bunodera luciopercae luciopercae (Müller, 1776) and B. l. acerinae Roitman et Sokolov, 1999 (Trematoda: Bunoderidae)] // Invertebrate Zoology. Vol.3 (for 2006). No.2: 209–223 [in Russian, with English summary].

1 Institute of Parasitology RAS, Leninskij pr., 33, Moscow 119071, Russia. E-mail: sokolovsg@sevin.ru

2  Vavilov’s Institute of General Genetics RAS, Gubkina st. , 3, Moscow 117809, Russia.

KEY WORDS: trematodes, subspecies, Bunodera luciopercae luciopercae, Bunodera luciopercae acerinae, Perca, Gymnocephalus.

ABSTRACT: Two subspecies of trematodes, Bunodera luciopercae luciopercae (Müller, 1776) and B. l. acerinae Roitman et Sokolov, 1999 differ in morphological and genetical characters and hostality. Findings confirm Roitman and Sokolov’s (1999) point of view about necessity for taxonomic division of B. luciopercae s. lato.

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