Recent Species

Genus: Paralulworthia
Class: Sordariomycetes Subclass: Lulworthiomycetidae
Order: Lulworthiales
Family: Lulworthiaceae
posidoniae

Genus: Paralulworthia
Class: Sordariomycetes Subclass: Lulworthiomycetidae
Order: Lulworthiales
Family: Lulworthiaceae
gigaspora

Genus: Annabella
Class: Leotiomycetes
Order: Helotiales
Family: Cordieritidaceae
australiensis

Genus: Roussoella
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Thyridariaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
nitidula

Genus: Pontoporeia
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Halotthiaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
biturbinata

Genus: Neocamarosporium
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Neocamarosporiaceae Wanas., Wijayaw., Crous & K.D. Hyde, Studies in Mycology 87: 245 (2017), Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
phragmitis

Genus: Morosphaeria
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Morosphaeriaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
muthupetensis

Genus: Kirschsteiniothelia
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Kirschsteiniotheliaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
phoenicis

Genus: Halobyssothecium
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Lentitheciaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
obiones

Genus: Falciformispora
Class: Dothideomycetes
Order: Pleosporales
Family: Pleosporaceae, Subclass Pleosporomycetidae
lignatilis

Higher Classification - Section 10


PART 9B

Compiled by Prof. Ka-Lai Pang

Kingdom: Fungi
Subkingdom: Rozellomyceta
Division: Rozellomycota
Subdivision: Rozellomycotina

Phylum: APHELIDIOMYCOTA

Subphyllum: Aphelidomycotina

Class: Aphelidiomycetes Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel, T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 147 (2018)

Aphelidiomycotina Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel, T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 147 (2018)

  1. APHELIDIDIALES Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel,T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 147 (2018)

Aphelidiaceae Tedersoo, Sanchez-Ramirez, Kõljalg, Bahram, M. Döring, Schigel, T.W. May, M. Ryberg & Abarenkov, Fungal Diversity 90: 147 (2018)

Pseudaphelidium Schweik. & Schnepf, Archiv für Protistenkunde 147 (1): 11-17 (1996)

  1. P. drebesii Schweik. & Schnepf, Archiv für Protistenkunde 147 (1): 11-17 (1996) (on the marine diatom).

 

Phylum: MICROSPORIDIA

Class: Microsporea

  1. CHYTRIDIOPSIDA Weiser 1974

Enterocytozoonidae

Desmozoon M.A. Freeman & C. Sommerville: Parasites & Vectors 2: 58 (2009)

  1. D. lepeophtherii infecting the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae) on farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in Scotland.

Enterocytozoon F. Desp., Le Charpentier, Galian, Bernard, Cochand-Priollet, Lavergne, Ravisse & Modigliani, Journal of Protozoology 32 (2): 253 (1985)

  1. E. hepatopenaei Tourtip et al., Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 102 (1): 21-29 (2009) a parasite of the black tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon
  2. E. salmonis Chilmonczyk, Cox & Hedrick (1991) of chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha

Enterospora Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, Longshaw & Feist Dis. Aq. Organ., 75(1): 61- 72 (2007)

  1. #E. canceri, Stentiford, Bateman, Longshaw & Feist: Dis. Aq. Organ., 75(1): 61- 72 (2007) Stentiford, parasite within the nucleoplasm of decapod crustacean European edible crab Cancer pagurus; microsporidian infection of hermit crab Eupagurus bernhardus
  2. E. nucleophila Palenzuela, Redondo, Cali, Takvorian, Alonso-Naveiro, Alvarez-Pellitero & Sitjà-Bobadilla, 2014, a parasite of Sparus aurata (Teleostei: Sparidae).

Hepatospora G.D. Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, A. Dubuffet, E. Chambers & D.M. Stone, J. Invert. Path. 108(3): 156-166 (2011)

  1. H. eriocheir (Wen Wang & Jain Xiu Chen) G.D. Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, A. Dubuffet, E. Chambers & D.M. Stone, J. Invert. Path. 108(3): 156-166 (2011) infecting invasive Chinese mitten crabs (Eriocheir sinensis) in Europe

Nucleospora R.P. Hedrick, J.M. Groff & D.V. Baxa (1991)

  1. N. salmonis infected only Teleostei fish; infections in chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, and steelhead fish O. mykiss

Paranucleospora A. Nylund, Kaz. Watan., S. Nylund, I. Sævareid, C. Erik Arnesen & E. Karlsbakk (2009)

  1. P. theridion A. Nylund, Kaz. Watan., S. Nylund, I. Sævareid, C. Erik Arnesen & E. Karlsbakk, Naturen 133(4): 222 (2009) Diseases of farmed Atlantic salmon: Salmo salar

 

  1. DISSOCIODIHAPHASIDA

Caudosporidae

Binucleospora Bronnvall &Larsson, European Journal of Protistology 31(1): 163-72 (1995)

  1. B. elongata Bronnvall &Larsson, European Journal of Protistology 31(1): 163-72 (1995) parasite of ostracods of the genus Candona (crustacea, cyprididae) in Sweden

Octosporea Flu, Centbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, Abt. I 57: 524 (1911)

  1. O. effeminans Bulnheim & Vávra: 241 J. Parasit., 54, 241 (1968), on crustacean Gammarus duebeni, Elbe estuary near Cuxhaven, Germany

Ichthyosporidiidae

Ichthyosporidium Caullery & Mesnil, C.r. Séanc. Soc. Biol.: 640 (1905) 

  1. #I. giganteum (Thélohan) Swarczewsky (1914), The Journal of Protozoology, 27(2):169-175 (1980), on Sciaenidae (Percifomes)
  2. hertwigi (Weissenberg, 1911) Swarczewsky, 1914, on the gills of Crenilabrus tinca
  3. #I. weissii Sanders, Myers, Tomanek, Cali, Takvorian & Kent, 2012, on Gobiidae (Gobiiformes)

Mrazekiidae

Hrabyeia Lom & Dyková, Eur. J. Protist. 25(3): 243-248 (1990)

  1. H. xerkophora Lom & Dyková, Eur. J. Prtotist. 25(3): 243-248 (1990), a estuarine parasite of oligochaete Nais christinae

Rectispora J.I.R. Larss., Eur. J. Protist. 26: 55-64 (1990)

  1. R. reticulata J.I.R. Larss., Eur. J. Protist. 26: 55-64 (1990), a parasite of male gonads of the oligochaete Pomatothrix hammoniensis in Sweden,

NosematidaeLabbe, 1899

Hyperspora G.D. Stentiford, Ramilo, E. Abollo, R. Kerr, K.S. Bateman, Feist, D. Bass & A. Villalba, Parasitology 144: 191 (2017)

  1. #H. aquatica hyperparasitic in Marteilia cochillia (Paramyxida), is closely related to crustacean-infecting microspordian taxa

Nosema Nägeli, Botanische Zeitung 15: 760 (1857)

  1. N. artemiae (Codreanu) V. Sprague, Comparative Pathobiology (New York): 191 (1977) infestations of Artemia sp. (SW and SE coast of Spain); parasite infects the musculature of brine shrimp Artemia salina Chernomorski Biosphere Reserve (from the solar saltern located on the Southern Ukraine)
  2. N. ceratomyxae I. Paperna & Paperna, (1985), microsporidian hyperparasite of the myxosporean Ceratomyxa sp. from red sea rabbitfish (Siganidae, Perciformes)
  3. #N. diphterostomi Levron, Ternengo, B.S. Toguebaye & Marchand, Acta Protozool. 43: 335 (2004) This parasite infects the epithelial gut and connective tissue of a trematode Diphterostomum brusinae (Digenea: Zoogonidae); intestinal parasite of Diplodus annularis (Pisces: Teleostei)
  4. #N. granulosis S. Terry, J.E. Sm., Bouchon, Rigaud, Duncanson, R.G. Sharpe & A.M. Dunn, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 46: 492-499 (1999), parasitic on subterranean amphipod Niphargus schellenbergi, Gammarus fossarum and G. pule; specific to Amphipoda
  5. N. lepocreadii E.U. Canning & Olson 1980, The Journal of Parasitology 66(1): 154-159, on adult flukes, Lepocreadium manteri, from the gut of the California grunion, Leuresthes tenuis
  6. N. marionis (Thélohan) Labbé, Das Tierreich 5: 106 (1899), hyperparasitizes Leptotheca coris from the gallbladder of Mediterranean Coris julis (Labridae)
  7. N. michaelis V. Sprague, Symposium on Diseases of Fishes and Shellfishes: 422 (1970), on Callinectes sapidus
  8. #N. monorchis Levron, Ternengo, B.S. Toguebaye & Marchand, Parazitologiya 39(5): 371-385 (2005), hyperparasite of Monorchis parvus (Digenea, Monorchiidae); intestinal parasite of Diplodus annularis (Pisces, Teleostei)
  9. N. notabilis R.R. Kudo, Anat. Record 75: 153 (1939), on Ortholinea polymorpha
  10. N. ormieresi Comps, Pichot & Deltreil 1979, on Marteilia refringens, in the oyster Ostrea edulis
  11. N. pontogammari M.О. Ovcharenko & Kurandina 1987, on brackish invasive gammarids (Amphipoda, Gammaroidea) occurring in Polands

Wittmannia R. Czaker, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 44(5): 445 (1997)

  1. #W. antarctica R. Czaker, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 44(5): 445 (1997), Type host Kantharella antarctica Czaker, 1997 (Mesozoa, Kantharellidae); parasite of Pareledone turqueti Joubin, 1905 (Cephalopoda).

Pseudopleistophoridae

Steinhausia (Richards & Sheffield) R. Sprague, Ormières & Manier, J. Invert. Path. 20: 231 (1972)

  1. S. mytilovum (I.A. Field) R. Sprague, Ormières & Manier, J. Invert. Path. 20: 231 (1972). Type host Mytilus edulis; also, oocytes of the mussel, Mytilus galloprovincialis

Spragueidae

Spraguea Weissenb. (1976)

  1. S. americana (Takvorian & Cali) Freeman, Yokoyama & Ogawa, Folia Parasitol. 51: 167–176 (2004)
  2. S. gastrophysus Casal et al., Parasitology Research 111: 79–88 (2012), , a parasite found in dorsal ganglia and kidney of the anglerfish, Lophius gastrophysus (Teleostei) from the Brazilian Atlantic coast
  3. S. lophii, (Doflein) R. Weissenb., Comp. Pathobiol., I, Biology of the Microsporidia: 216 (1976), infected only Teleostei fish; spores were recovered from the infected neurons of the anglerfish, Lophius americanus Marine Biological Laboratory Aquatics Facilities at Woods Hole, MA, USA; parasitizing blackbellied angler (Lophius budegassa) and angler (L. piscatorius) in European Atlantic waters

Tetramicridae

Microgemma J.R. Ralphs & R.A. Matthews (1986)

  1. M. carolinus G. Casal, E. Matos, P. Garcia, Al-Quraishy & C. Azevedo, Parasitology 139(13): 1720-1728 (2012), found in the marine teleost fish Trachinotus carolinus in Southern Brazil
  2. M. caulleryi Van Den Berghe) J. Leiro, A. Paramá, M. Ortega, M.T. Santamarina & M.L. Sanmartín, Journal of Fish Diseases 22(2): 101-110 (1999), on Hyperoplus lanceolatus Atlantic coast (France, and Spain) (Leiro et al.1999)
  3. M. hepaticus J.R. Ralphs & R.A. Matthews (1986) on Chelon labrosus United Kingdom (Ralphs and Matthews (1986)
  4. #M. ovoidea (Thélohan) Amigó, Salvado, P. Gracia & Vivares, Eur. J. Protist. 32: 532-538 (1996), on Motella tricirrata, Cepola rubescens, C. macrophthalma, Merluccius hubbsi, M. barbatus, M. gayi, M. hubbsi, Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic coast (France), Peru and Patagonia (Argentine) (Canning and Lom (1986) and Amigó et al. (1996)
  5. M. tincae L. Mansour, Prensier, Ben Jemaa, Ben Hassine, Metenier, Vivares & Cornillot, Dis. Aquat. Org. 65(3): 217-226 (2005), parasite of the teleost fish Symphodus tinca from Tunisian coasts
  6. M. vivaresi E.U. Canning, Feist, Longshaw, B. Okamura, Cort L. Anderson, Tse & A. Curry, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 52(2): 123-131 (2005), on Taurulus bubalis United Kingdom (Canning et al. (2005)

Tetramicra R.A. Matthews & A.B.F. Matthews (1980) Journal of Fish Diseases, (1980)

  1. T. brevifilum R.A. Matthews & A.B.F. Matthews, Journal of Fish Diseases, (1980), a microsporidian parasite of Scophthalmus maximus; was found in Lophius budegassa, coastal waters of Barcelona (Northwest Mediterranean)

 

  1. GLUGEIDA Issi 1986

Abelsporidae

Abelspora C. Azevedo, J. Parasit. 49: 83-92 (1987)

  1. A. portucalensis C. Azevedo, J. Parasit. 49: 83-92 (1987), parasite of the hepatopancreas of Carcinus maenas (Crustacea, Decapoda)

                              Glugeidae Stempell (1909]

Glugea Thélohan (1891)

  1. G. anomala (Moniez) Gurley, Bull. US Fish Commiss. 11: 409 (1893) infection of the stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in marine, brackish and freshwater.
  2. G. arabica C. Azevedo, A.-A.S. Abdel-Baki, S. Rocha, Al-Quraishy & G. Casal, Eur. J. Protist. 52: 11-21 (2016), infecting the marine fish Epinephelus polyphekadion from the Red Sea
  3. G. eda Mansour et al. Acta Trop. (2020), is described from the mesenteries of the striated fusilier, Caesio striata, collected from the Red Sea coast off Yanbu' al Bahr, Saudi Arabia.
  4. G. jazanensis, Abdel-Baki et al., Dis Aquat Organ 116(3):185-190 (2015). Infecting two-spot red snapper Lutjanus bohar, from the Red Sea, off Jizan, Saudi Arabia
  5. G. nagelia Abdel-Baki et al. Folia Parasitol (Praha) 62 (2015). parasitizing the marine teleost fish Cephalopholis hemistiktos (Actinopterygii: Serranidae), from the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia
  6. G. pagri Su et al. Syst Parasitol 89(2):175-183 (2014). in the red sea bream Pagrus major from China
  7. G. sardinellensis Mansour et al., Acta protozoologica 55(4):281 (2017), in the teleost fish Sardinella aurita Valenciennes collected from the Tunisian coasts.
  8. G. serranus Casal et al. Parasitol Res115(10): 3963-72 (2016). infecting the blacktail comber, Serranus atricauda (Teleostei: Serranidae), in the Madeira Archipelago (Portugal)
  9. G. stephani (Hagenmuller) Woodcock, Trans. Liverpool Biol. Soc. 18: 127 (1904), a parasite of the winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus (a pleuronectid flatfish), on Pleuronecudae (Pieuroecutottes)
  10. G. vincentiae Vagelli, Parama, Sanmartin & Leiro, J. Parasit. 91(1): 152-157 (2005), a parasite of the Australian marine teleost fish, Vincnetia conspersa

Loma Morrison & R. Sprague Journal of Fish Diseases 4(1): 30 (1981)

  1. L. salmonae (Putz, M.J. Hoffman & Dunbar) C.M. Morrison & V. Sprague (1981), infected only Teleostei fish
  2. L. boopsi N. Faye, B.S. Toguebaye & G. Bouix, Arch. Protistenk., 146(1), 85-93 (1995) was found in the liver, intestine and pyloric caeca of Boops boops inhabiting the coasts of Senegal.
  3. L. branchialis (Nemeczek) Morrison & R. Sprague Journal of Fish Diseases 4(1): 30 (1981), in haddock
  4. L. embiotocia, R.W. Shaw, M.L. Kent, M.F. Docker, A.M.V. Br., R.H. Devlin & M.L. Adamson, J. Parasit. 83(2): 296-301 (1997) on Embiotocidae (Percifomes)
  5. L. morhua C.M. Morrison & V. Sprague Journal of Fish Diseases 4(1): 30 (1981) in Atlantic cod,

Microfilidae

Microfilum Faye, Toguebaye, and Bouix (1991)

  1. M. lutjanid Faye, Toguebaye, and Bouix (199) Type host Lutjanus fulgens (Valenciennes, 1830) (Perciformes, Lutjanidae); A Gill Parasite of the Golden African Snapper Lutjanus Fulgen

Pleistophoridae

Anostracospora, N.O. Rode, J. Landes, E.J.P. Lievens, E. Flaven, A. Segard, R. Jabbour-Zahab, Y. Michalakis, P. Agnew, C.P. Vivarés & T. Lenormand: 1168-1185 (2013)

  1. #A. rigaudi N.O. Rode, J. Landes, E.J.P. Lievens, E. Flaven, A. Segard, R. Jabbour-Zahab, Y. Michalakis, P. Agnew, C.P. Vivarés & T. Lenormand: Parasitology, 104(9), 1168-1185 (2013) parasitic infecting gut tissues of the brine shrimp Artemia; Type hosts Artemia franciscana Kellogg, 1906, and A. parthenoge- netica Bowen and Sterling, 1978 (Anostraca, Artemiidae).

Dasyatispora Diamant et al. Dis Aquat Organ 91(2): 137-150 (2010).

  1. D. levantinae Diamant et al. Dis Aquat Organ 91(2): 137-150 (2010), infecting the Mediterranean common stingray Dasyatis pastinaca is described from Iskenderun Bay, Turkey

Enterocytospora N.O. Rode, J. Landes, E.J.P. Lievens, E. Flaven, A. Segard, R. Jabbour-Zahab, Y. Michalakis, P. Agnew, C.P. Vivarés & T. Lenormand: Parasitology, 104(9), 1168-1185 (2013)

  1. #E. artemiae N.O. Rode, J. Landes, E.J.P. Lievens, E. Flaven, A. Segard, R. Jabbour-Zahab, Y. Michalakis, P. Agnew, C.P. Vivarés & T. Lenormand: Parasitology, 104(9), 1168-1185 (2013) parasitic infecting gut tissues of the brine shrimp Artemia; Type hosts: Artemia franciscana; A. franciscana monica; and A. parthenogenetica (Anostraca, Artemiidae).

Heterosporis G. Schub., Z. ParasitKde 32: 59 (1969)

  1. H. lessepsianus Al Quraishy et al. Microb Pathog. 130:10-18 (2019), infecting the lizardfish Saurida lessepsianus (Pisces: Synodontidae) inhabiting the Red Sea
  2. H. saurida Al-Quraishy et al. Parasitology. 139(4):454-62 (2012), infecting the lizardfish, Saurida undosquamis from the Arabian Gulf, Saudi Arabia

Ovipleistophora M. Pekkarinen, J. Lom & F. Nilsen, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 48 (2): 133-142 (2002)

  1. #O. mirandellae (Vaney & Conte) M. Pekkarinen, J. Lom & F. Nilsen, Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 48 (2): 133-142 (2002) On Rutilus rutilus, collected in the coastal brackish water south of Finland

Pleistophora Gurley Bull. US Fish Commiss. 11: 410 (1893)

  1. #P. aegyptiaca Abdel-Ghaffar F, Bashtar AR, Morsy K, Mehlhorn H, Al Quraishy S, Al-Rasheid K, Abdel-Gaber R Parasitol Res 110(2):741–752 (2012) infecting the Red Sea fish Saurida tumbil.
  2. P. cargoi V. Sprague, J. Protozool. 13: 196 (1966), a common parasite of Crangon franciscorum, C. nigricauda, and C. stylirostris in the vicinity of Yaquina Bay, Oregon.
  3. P. crangonid Narasimhamurti & Sonabai (1977) from the body muscles of the marine fish, Carangoides malabaricus
  4. P. dammami Abdel-Baki et al. Parasitol Res 111(1):413-8 (2012), infecting the intestinal wall of Saurida undosquamis from the Arabian Gulf, Saudi Arabia
  5. P. finsterrensis, Leiro, Ortega, R. Iglesias, Estevez & Sanmartin, Systematic Parasitology 34(3): 163-170 (1996), a microsporidian parasite of blue whiting Micromesistius poutassou
  6. P. lintoni Street & R. Sprague, J. Invert. Path. 23: 155 (1974) parasitic in the shrimp Palaemonetes pugio
  7. P. macrozoarcidis Nigerelli Bull. Bingham Oceanogr. Collect. Yale Univ. 9: 191 (1946), infecting the ocean pout Macrozoarces americanus (Perciformes, Zoarcidae) from the Gulf of Maine, MA, USA
  8. P. mulleri (Pfeiffer) Labbé, in Bütschli (Ed.), Das Tierreich 5: 109 (1899) parasite of the amphipod Gammarus duebeni celticus.
  9. P. pagri Morsy, Abdel-Ghaffar, Mehlhorn, Bashtar & Abdel-Gaber, Parasitology Research. 111(4): 1587-1597 (2012) infected only Teleostei fish; isolated from the common sea bream Pagrus pagrus from the Red Sea, in Egypt.
  10. P. penaei Kelley, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 33 (3): 331-339 (1979) parasite of pink shrimp, Penaeus duorarum
  11. P. typicalis Gurley, Bull. US Fish Commiss. 11: 410 (1893), found in skeletal muscle in the fish, Myoxocephalus scorpius;

Vavraia J. Weiser, (1977)

  1. #V. mediterranica. Invert. Path. 78(4): 194-200 (2001) (Microsporidia, Pleistophoridae), Parasite of the French Mediterranean Shrimp, Crangon crangon (Crustacea, Decapoda)

Tuzetiidae Sprague, Tuzet & Maurand 1977

Lanatospora Voronin, 1986.

  1. #L. macrocyclopis (Voronin, 1977) Voronin, 1986. Type host Macrocyclops albidus Jurine (Copepoda, Cyclopidae).
  2. #L. tubulifera on Acanthocyclops vernalis Copepoda Crustacea

Paratuzetia L.G. Poddubnaya, Y.S. Tokarev & I.V. Issi, Protistology (Stuttgart) 4(3): 276 (2006)

  1. #P. kupermani L.G. Poddubnaya, Y.S. Tokarev & I.V. Issi, Protistology (Stuttgart) 4(3): 276 (2006) Atlantic white shrimp Litopenaeus setiferus

Tuzetia Voronin, Protozoology (Leningrad) 10: 137-165 (1968)

  1. T. infirma (Kudo, 1921) Maurand, Fize, Fenwick, and Michel, 1971. Type host Cyclops albidus (Jurine, 1820) (Copepoda, Cyclopidae).
  2. T. weidneri E.U. Canning, A. Curry & R.M. Overstreet, Acta Protozool. 41(1): 74 (2002) on penaeid shrimps Litopenaeus setiferus (Linnaeus) and Farfantepenaeus aztecus, from Davis Bayou and Back Bay of Biloxi, Mississippi, USA.

Unikaryonidae

Kabatana Lom, Dyková & Tonguthai, J. Parasit. 93(3): 655-660 (2000)

  1. K. newberry McGourty, et al., J. of Parasitology, 93(3):655-660 (2007). is described from the musculature of Eucyclogobius newberryi (Gobiidae) in Big Lagoon, Humboldt County, California. (This Gobi inhabits coastal lagoons and brackish bays at mouth of freshwater streams).

Nosemoides Vinckier, J. Protozool. 22: 170 (1975)

  1. N. vivieri (Vinckier, Devauchelle & Prensier) Vinckier, J. Protozool. 22: 170 (1975) infects an unidentified gregarine, is the only known microsporidian associated with a nemertean. (hyperparasite d'une gr Cgarine monocystid Ce intestinale dun Cmerte Lineus viridis (a common nemertean species of North-Atlantic intertidal sand flats)

 

MICROSPOREA Incertae sedis

Areosporiidae

Areospora G.D. Stentiford, S. Bateman, Feist, S. Oyarzún, J.C. Uribe, M. Palacios & D.M. Stone, J. Invert. Path. 118: 1-11 (2014)

  1. A. rohanae G.D. Stentiford, S. Bateman, Feist, S. Oyarzún, J.C. Uribe, M. Palacios & D.M. Stone, J. Invert. Path. 118: 1-11 (2014), in southern king crab (Lithodes santolla) in southern Chile (commercially significant pathogen in the Southern Ocean Lithodes santolla fishery).

 Facilisporidae

Facilispora S.R.M. Jones, Prosperi-Porta & E. Kim, J. Eukary. Microbiol., 99(3): 206-217 (2012)

  1. F. margolisi S.R.M. Jones, Prosperi-Porta & E. Kim: J. Eukary. Microbiol., 99(3), 206-217 (2012), only discovered from the salmon louse genus Lepeophtheirus

Incertae sedis

Euplotespora Fokin, Di Giuseppe, Erra & Dini, Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 55 (3): 226 (2008)

  1. #E. binucleata Fokin, Di Giuseppe, Erra & Dini, Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 55 (3): 226 (2008) from the brackish‐water ciliate Euplotes woodruffi

Dictyocoela R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn 2004

  1. #D. berillonum, R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn, Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B. Biol. Sci. 271(no. 1550): 1783-1789 (2004), specific to Gammarus spp. Amphipoda hosts Echinogammarus berilloni and E. marinus
  2. #D. cavimanum R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn, Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B. Biol. Sci. 271(no. 1550): 1783-1789 (2004), specific on Amphipoda e.g. Orchestia cavimana
  3. D. deshayesum R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn, Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B. Biol. Sci. 271(no. 1550): 1783-1789 (2004), on Talorchestia deshayesii (occurs in Mediterranean, Ionian sea, sandy beach)
  4. #D. duebenum, R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn, Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B. Biol. Sci. 271(no. 1550): 1783-1789 (2004) specific to Amphipoda: host to Gammarus duebeni duebeni
  5. D. gammarellum R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn, Proc. R. Soc. Lond., B. Biol. Sci. 271(no. 1550): 1783-1789 (2004), on amphipod host Orchestia gammarellus (occurring in marine environments such as shallow waters, the intertidal zone, and in estuaries)
  6. #D. muelleri (Pfeiffer) R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D. Littlew., J.E. Ironside, Rollinson, Bouchon, MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn 2004; Amphipoda host: Gammarus duebeni celticus; Gammarus roeseli and Gammarus duebeni duebeni
  7. D. roeselum R.S. Terry, J.E. Sm., R.G. Sharpe, T. Rigaud, D.T.J. Littlewood, J.E. Ironside, D. Rollinson, D. Bouchon, C. MacNeil, J.T.A. Dick & A.M. Dunn: Proc. R. Soc. Lond., 271(no. 1550), 1783-1789, (2004) Mediterranean shrimp, Crangon crangon

Gurleyides Voronin, (1986)

  1. G. biformis Voronin, Protozoology (Leningrad) 10:137-166 (1986), on Ceriodaphnia reticulata

Kinorhynchospora Adrianov; A.V.; Rybakov, A.V. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal. 70(10): 5-11. (1991).

  1. K. japonica Adrianov; A.V.; Rybakov, A.V. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal. 70(10): 5-11. (1991). from the intestine epithelium of Kinorhynchus yushini from the Sea of Japan.

Myospora D. Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, H.J. Small, J. Moss, Shields, Reece & I. Tuck, Intern. J. Parasitol. 40(12): 1433-1446 (2010)

  1. M. metanephrops G.D. Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, H.J. Small, J. Moss, Shields, Reece & I. Tuck, Intern. J. Parasitol. 40(12): 1433-1446 (2010) from marine lobster’s south coast of New Zealand

Myosporidium E. Baquero, M. Rubio, I.N.S. Moura, N.J. Pieniazek & R. Jordana, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 52(6): 476-483 (2005)

  1. M. aurata Morsy et al., Parasitol Res 112(11):3905-15 (2013), parasite of the gilthead seabream Sparus aurata from the Red Sea
  2. M. merluccius E. Baquero, M. Rubio, I.N.S. Moura, N.J. Pieniazek & R. Jordana, J. Eukary. Microbiol. 52(6): 476-483 (2005)

Sporanauta Ardila-Garcia & Fast, Eukaryotic Cell 11 (12): 1544 –1551 (2012)

  1. S. perivermis Ardila-Garcia & Fast Eukaryotic Cell 11 (12): 1544 –1551 (2012), infection in a free-living marine nematode; infects the hypodermal, muscle, and reproductive tissues of adult free-living marine nematode Odontophora rectangula

Neonosemoidiidae

Neonosemoides N. Faye & B.S. Toguebaye, (1992)

  1. N. tilapiae (N.G. Sakiti & Bouix) N. Faye & B.S. Toguebaye, Eur. J. Protist. 32(3): 320-326 (1996)

 

MEIODIHAPLOPHASIDA

Pereziidae

Ameson V. Sprague, Comparative Pathobiology (New York): 279 (1977)

  1. A. atlanticum, Vivares & C. Azevedo, (1988), parasitic on Cancer pagurus (Cancridae) from the Atlantic coast of France
  2. A. herrnkindi, infecting Caribbean spiny lobsters Panulirus argus
  3. A. metacarcini, Small, G.R. Mey., Stentiford, K.S. Bateman, Bateman & Shields, Dis. Aquat. Org. 110: 213-225 (2014), parasitic on Dungeness crab Metacarcinus magister a large and valuable fishery along the west coast of North America
  4. A. michaelis (V. Sprague) V. Sprague, Comparative Pathobiology (New York): 279 (1977), parasitic in the blue crab, Callinectis spaidus
  5. A. pulvis (C. Pérez) V. Sprague, Comparative Pathobiology (New York): 280 (1977), in muscles of the crabs Carcinus maenas and C. mediterraneus from the coast of France

Perezia L. Léger & Duboscq, Archs Zool. exp. gén., sér. 5 1: XI (1909)

  1. P. nelson Sokolova & Hawke, Russian Journal of Marine Biology 45: 145–151(2019) in Agmasoma penaeiinfected Atlantic white shrimp Litopenaeus setiferus (Paenaidae, Decapoda)

Thelohaniidae

Agmasoma E.I. Hazard & Oldacre, Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric. 1530: 8 (1975)

  1. A. aquinoae (V. Sprague) E.I. Hazard & Oldacre, Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric. 1530: 8 (1975) in Penaeus merguiensis (Decapoda, Penaeidae), in the Philippines
  2. A. penaei (V. Sprague) E.I. Hazard & Oldacre, Tech. Bull. U.S. Dep. Agric. 1530: 8 (1975) were specific to Decapoda of the Arthropoda; also, on Penaeus monodon, the giant tiger prawn, in Senegal

Inodosporus Overstreet & Weidner, Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 44 (3): 169-186 (1974)

  1. I. octospora, Henneguy) R.M. Overstreet & E. Weidner, Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 44 (3): 169-186 (1974) specific to Decapoda of the Arthropoda
  2. I. spraguei R.M. Overstreet & E. Weidner, Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde 44 (3): 169-186 (1974) was found in Paaellonetes pugio, Holthius and P. kadiakensis.

Ormieresia Vivares, Bouix, and Manier, J. Protozool. 24(1): 91 (1977)

  1. #O. carcini C.P. Vivarès, Bouix & Manier, J. Protozool. 24(1): 91 (1977) Type host Carcinus mediterraneus Czerniavsky, 1884 (Decapoda, Portunidae)

Paradoxium G.D. Stentiford, S.H. Ross, R. Kerr, D. Bass & K.S. Bateman, J. Invert. Path. 130: 1-8 (2015)

  1. P. irvingi G.D. Stentiford, S.H. Ross, R. Kerr, D. Bass & K.S. Bateman, J. Invert. Path. 130: 1-8 (2015) Infecting the musculature of european pink shrimp Pandalus Montagui

Thelohania a Henneguy, C. r. hebd. Séanc. Acad. Sci., Paris 114: 1554 (1892)

  1. T. butleri Brown & Adamson, Journal Eukaryotic Microbiol., 53 (6): 445-455 (2006) causes mortality and commercial losses in the smooth pink shrimp Pandalus jordani, Pacific coast of Canada
  2. T. duorara Iversen, Van Meter &Nancy, Bulletin of Marine Science, 14 ( 4): 549-553(1964) parasitizing the grooved shrimp, Penaeus brasiliensis, is recorded from Biscayne Bay, Florida; specific to Decapoda of the Arthropoda
  3. T. giardia Henneguy, C. r. hebd. Séanc. Acad. Sci., Paris 114: 1554 (1892) infecting European brown shrimp (Crangon crangon)
  4. T. herediteria Bulnheim, Verh. Dtsch. zool. Ges., 34, 251 (1971), on Gammarus duebeni
  5. T. macrocystis, J.J. Lipa, J. Invert. Path. 8: 163 (1966), in muscles of Palaemonetes varians (= Chapmanium macrocystis)
  6. T. maenadis Vivares, Archiv fur Protistenkunde 123 (1): 44-60 (1980) Carcinus mediterraneus and C. maenas
  7. T. paguri C. Pérez, Bull. Soc. Zool. France 52: 100 (1927), infects crustacean Pagurus bernhardus
  8. T. petrolisthis Sprague, Symposium on Diseases of Fishes and Shellfishes: 425 (1970)

Microsporidia Incertae sedis

Microsporidium Balbiani Leçons sur les Sporozoaires: 184 (1884)

  1. M. acanthocephali Loubes, Maurand & de Buron, (1988) was studied in two species of gobiid fishes: Gobius niger and Zosterisessor ophiocephalus from the Thau Lagoon (Herault, France); infects the acanthocephalan Acanthocephaloides propinquus
  2. M. aplysiae, observed in neurons of the marine mollusc Aplysia californica
  3. M. asperospora (Fritsch) V. Sprague, Comparative Pathobiology (New York): 289 (1977)
  4. M. aurata Morsy, Bashtar, Abdel-Ghaffar & Al-Quraishy (2013) In: Microsporidian parasites: a danger facing marine fishes of the Red Sea, Springer, (2010), parasite of the gilthead seabream Sparus aurata from collected from Hurghada coasts along the Red Sea, Egypt
  5. M. cypselurus Folia Parasitologica 49: 9-15 (2002) In flying fish Cypselurus pinnatibarbatus japonicus (Franz) caught by an angler on the coast of Yakushima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
  6. M. rapuae, J.B.Jones, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 38(1) 67-70 (1981) from the oyster Ostrea lutaria in New Zealand

Nadelsporidae

Nadelspora R.E. Olson, K.L. Tiekotter & P.W. Reno, (1994)

  1. N. canceri R.E. Olson, K.L. Tiekotter & P.W. Reno, 41 (4): 349-359 (1994) an unusual Microsporidian parasite of the Dungeness Crab, Cancer Magiste, in Oregon, USA

 

METCHNIKOVELLIDA

Metchnikovellidae Caullery & Mesnil 1897

Amphiamblys Caullery & Mesnil, C. r. Seanc. Soc. Biol. 77: 528 (1914)         

  1. A. capitellides (Caullery & Mesnil) Caullery & Mesnil, C. r. Seanc. Soc. Biol. 77: 528 (1914), Hosts are gregarines of the species Ancora sagittata living in the intestine of polychaetes of the genus Capitella, probably the species Capitella giardi.

Desportesia I.V. Issi & Voronin, J. Protozool. 10: 6-136 (1986)

  1. #D. laubieri (I. Desp. & Théodor.) I.V. Issi & Voronin, J. Protozool. 10: 6-136 (1986) Type host Lecudina sp. (Gregarinida, Lecudinidae) parasite of unidentified marine annelid (Echiurida). (Considered by Larsson 2014, to be a junior synonym of Amphiamblys)

Metchnikovella, Caullery & Mesnil 1897

  1. M. incurvata Caullery and Mesnil C. r. Seanc. Soc. Biol., 77, 528, 1914 (microsporidia), a hyperparasite of gregarines Polyrhabdina sp. from the polychaete Pygospio elegans
  2. M. spiralis, isolated from gregarines Polyrhabdina sp. inhabiting guts of polychaetes Pygospio elegans sampled at the White Sea silt littoral zone.

 

Class: Rudimicrospore Cavalier-Smith 1993

Incertae sedis

Kabataia Kazachenko, Korotaeva & Kurochkin, Iav. Tikhook. 81: 233 (1972)

  1. #K. arthuri Lom, Dyková & Tonguthai: Dis. Aq. Organ., 38(1), 39-46, (1999)
  2. #K. newberryi from the musculature of tidewater goby Eucyclogobius newberryi in Big Lagoon, Humboldt County, California
  3. #K. ostorhynchi Kazachenko, Korotaeva & Kurochkin, Iav. Tikhook. 81: 233 (1972) Parasitic Crustacea of some fishes of the Pacific Ocean; on Oplegnathus woodwardi (Waite, 1900), Oplegnathidae (Perciformes). Slopes of the continental shelf, off Port MacDonnell, South Australia, Australia. Gills; attached to gill lamellae.

Fasciolidae

Zalophotrema

  1. #Z. atlanticum parasitic of the liver of a striped dolphin, Stenella coeruleoalba in the Canary Islands
  2. Z. hepaticum, from the California sea-lion, Zalophus californanus

 

TAXA TO BE ASSIGNED

Antarctophthirius

  1. A. microchir, Troues. & Neum., from Zaloyhus californianus (Californian sea-lion) and Echinophthirius fluctus, sp. n, from a skin of what is probably a young Eumetopics jubata (Stellar sea-lion).

Paramarteilia

  1. P. canceri sp. n., is described using light and electron microscopy from the edible crab Cancer pagurus L. captured from the English Channel.

Marteilia

  1. M. cochillia, a serious pathogen of European cockles. Marteilia cochillia a new Marteilia species affecting the edible cockle Cerastoderma edule in European waters.

Microsporidyopsis Chereschewsky, 1925.

  1. M. nereidis Schereschewsky, 1925. Type host Doliocystis sp. (Gregarinida) parasite of Nereis parallelogramma Claparede (Polychaeta, Nereidae).

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