Abstract
NEW SPECIES OF SENGA LATAE FROM FRESH WATER FISH CHANNA PUNTATUS OF MAHARASHTRA STATE (INDIA)

Dr. Kalpana Dattrao Kaldate*

ABSTRACT

The cestode parasites were collected from the freshwater fish Channa puntatus (Bloch, 1793) (total cestodes 386) at Kultabad, Dist Aurangabad (M.S) India. However the thirty two cestodes were collected. The present investigation deals with the taxonomy evaluation of the tapeworm genera Senga (Cestoda:Pseudophyllidea) from freshwater fish Channa puntatus of Maharashtra State provided new data on their morphology. The Senga latae Sp. Nov. differs from other by the shape of the body, scolex and morphology of internal organ.

Keywords: Senga latae nsp, Channa puntatus Aurangabad, Maharashtra State.


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