Systematic Parasitology

, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp 203–211 | Cite as

Invalidation of the genus Anomaloporus Voge & Davis, 1953 (Cestoda: Paruterinidae sensu lato)

  • Boyko B. Georgiev
  • Vadim V. Kornyushin
Article

Abstract

The type-specimens of Anomaloporus hesperiphonae Voge & Davis, 1953 (type-species of Anomaloporus) from Coccothraustes abeillei (Passeriformes) and A. lambi Voge & Davis, 1953 from Streptoprocne semicollaris (Apodiformes), both from Mexico, are re-examined. The former species is considered a synonym of Orthoskrjabinia conica (Fuhrmann, 1908) (new synonymy) and, consequently, Anomaloporus is regarded as a junior synonym of Orthoskrjabinia Spassky, 1947. The latter species is recognised as valid under the name Anonchotaenia (Anonchotaenia) lambi (Voge & Davis, 1953) n. comb. Orthoskrjabinia rostellata (Rodgers, 1941) and Multiuterina dubininae Mathevossian, 1969, previously believed to be probable synonyms of O. conica, are considered species inquirendae.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

References

  1. GeorgievB.B. (1992) Invalidation of the genus Zosteropicola Johnston, 1912 (Cestoda: Paruterinidae: Anonchotaeniinae). Systematic Parasitology, 22, 39–44.Google Scholar
  2. HowardR. & MooreA. (1980) A complete checklist of the birds of the World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 701 pp.Google Scholar
  3. JonesM.K. (1987) Nematotaenoides ranae (Cestoda: Nematotaeniidae) transferred to the genus Anonchotaenia (Paruterinidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 54, 158–160.Google Scholar
  4. JoyeuxCh. & BaerJ.-G. (1961) Classe des Cestodes. In: GrasseP.-P. (Ed.) Traité de Zoologie. Anatomie, Systematique, Biologie. Tome IV. Plathelminthes, Mesozoaires. Acanthocephales, Nemertiens. Paris: Masson et Cie, pp. 347–560.Google Scholar
  5. KornyushinV.V. (1989) [Fauna of Ukraine. Volume 33. Monogenea and Cestoda. Part 3. Davaineoidea. Biuterinoidea. Paruterinoidea.] Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 252 pp. (In Russian).Google Scholar
  6. MariauxJ. (1991) Cestodes of birds from the Ivory Coast. Species of the genus Anonchotaenia Cohn, 1900. Systematic Parasitology, 20, 109–120.Google Scholar
  7. MathevossianE.M. (1969) [Paruterinoidea — tapeworms of domestic and wild birds.] In: SkrjabinK.I. (Ed.) [Principles of cestodology.] Moscow: Izdatel'stvo ‘Nauka’, 304 pp. (In Russian).Google Scholar
  8. SchmidtG.D. (1986) Handbook of tapeworm identification. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press Inc., 675 pp.Google Scholar
  9. SpasskayaL.P. & SpasskyA.A. (1971) [Cestodes of birds in Tuva.] Kishinev: Izdatel'stvo ‘Shtiinza’, 252 pp. (In Russian).Google Scholar
  10. SpasskyA.A. (1977) [Identity of the genera Hexaparuterina and Metroliasthes (Cestoda, Cyclophyllidea) and remarks on the systematics of the Paruterinidae]. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Moldavskoy SSR. Seriya Biologicheskikh i Khimicheskikh Nauk, 5, 65–70 (In Russian).Google Scholar
  11. VogeM. & DavisB.S. (1953) Studies on the cestode genus Anonchotaenia (Dilepididae, Paruterininae) and related forms. University of California Publications in Zoology, 59, 1–30.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Boyko B. Georgiev
    • 1
  • Vadim V. Kornyushin
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Parasitology, Bulgarian Academy of SciencesSofiaBulgaria
  2. 2.I.I. Shmalgauzen Institute of ZoologyUkrainian Academy of SciencesKiev-30Ukraine

Personalised recommendations