Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Schyzocotyle acheilognathi listed in key words.

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18364 Journal Article Bean, M.G., A. Skerikova, T.H. Bonner, T. Scholz, and D.G. Huffman. 2007. First Record of Bothriocephalus acheilognathi in the Rio Grande with comparative analysis of ITS2 and V4-18S rRNA gene sequences. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 19:71-76.
31648 Journal Article Boonthai, T., S.J. Herbst, G.E. Whelan, M.G. Van Deuren, T.P. Loch, and M. Faisal. 2017. The Asian fish tapeworm Schyzocotyle acheilognathi is widespread in baitfish retail stores in Michigan, USA. Parasites and Vectors 10(618):1-10.
18367 Journal Article Brouder, M.J., and T.L. Hoffnagle. 1997. Distribution and prevalence of the Asian fish tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, in the Colorado River and tributaries, Grand Canyon Arizona, including two new host records. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 64(2):219-226.
25087 Journal Article Carpenter, S.R., J.J. Cole, J.R. Hodgson, J.F. Kitchell, M.L. Pace, D. Bade, K.L. Cottingham, T.E. Essington, J.N. Houser, and D.E. Schindler. 2001. Trophic cascades, nutrient, and lake productivity: whole-lake experiments. Ecological Monographs 71:163-186.
18345 Journal Article Choudhury, A., E. Charipar, P. Nelson, J.R. Hodgson, S. Bonar, and R.A. Cole. 2006. Update on the distribution of the invasive Asian fish tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, in the U. S. and Canada. Comparative Parasitology 73(2):269-273.
15579 Journal Article Choudhury, A., T.L. Hoffnagle, and R.A. Cole. 2004. Parasites of native and nonnative fishes of the Little Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Journal of Parasitology 90(5):1042-1053.
18353 Journal Article Clarkson, R.W., A.T. Robinson, and T.L. Hoffnagle. 1997. Asian tapeworm (Bothriocephalus acheilognathi) in native fishes from the Little Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. Great Basin Naturalist 57(1):66-69.
18375 Journal Article Font, W.F., and D.C. Tate. 1994. Helminth parasites of native Hawaiian freshwater fishes: an example of extreme ecological isolation. Journal of Parasitology 80(5):682-688.
18366 Journal Article Heckmann, R.A., J.E. Deacon, and P.D. Greger. 1986. Parasites of the woundfin minnow, Plagopterus argentissimus, and other endemic fishes from the Virgin River, Utah. Great Basin Naturalist 46(4):662-676.
18357 Journal Article Heckmann, R.A., P.D. Greger, and R.C. Furtek. 1993. The Asian fish tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, in fishes from Nevada. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 60(1):127-128.
31975 Conference Proceedings Hoffman, G.L. 1976. The Asian tapeworm, Bothriocephalus gowkongensis, in the United States, and research needs in fish parasitology. Pages 84-90 in Proceedings of the 1976 Fish Fanning Conference and annual convention, Catfish Farmers of Texas. The Catfish Farmers of America. College Station, TX.
31973 Report Hoffman, G.L. 1980. Asian Tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi Yamaguti, 1934, in North America. Fischer Verlag Stutgart, New York.
33483 News Karikehalli, S. 2019. Local researchers detect invasive fish parasite. The Daily Star. Oneonta, NY. Created on 08/01/2019. Accessed on 08/02/2019.
31647 Journal Article Kuchta, R., A. Choudhury, T. Scholz. 2018. Asian fish tapeworm: the most successful invasive parasite in freshwaters. Trends in Parasitology 34(6):511-523.
18344 Journal Article Marcogliese, D.J. 2008. First report of the asian fish tapeworm in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34:566-569.
31644 Journal Article Marcogliese, D.J., A.D. Gendron, J.J.H. Forest, W. Li, K. Boyce, F. El-Shehabi, D.A.R. Drake, N.E. Mandrak, J. Sherry, J.D. McLaughlin. 2016. Range expansion and molecular confirmation of hte Asian fish tapeworm in hte lower Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River with notes on infections in baitfish. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42:819-828.
31643 News Pendergrass, J. 2018. Invasive Asian Fish Tapeworm Problematic for Live Baitfish Industry. American Veterinarian. Created on 01/20/2018. Accessed on 07/26/2018.
33486 Journal Article Reyda, F.B., C.P. Pommelle, and M.L. Doolin. 2019. Asian Fish Tapeworm (Schyzocotyle acheilognathi) found in New York State for the first time after a long-term fish-parasite survey. Comparative Parasitology 86(2):108-113.
18377 Journal Article Riggs, M.R., and G.W. Esch. 1987. The suprapopulation dynamics of Bothriocephalus acheilognathi in a North Carolina reservoir: abundance, dispersion, and prevalence. Journal of Parasitology 73(5):877-892.
31366 Database U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2018. National Wild Fish Health Survey Database. Accessed on 05/01/2018.
31780 Report US Fish and Wildlife Service. 2008. National Wild Fish Health Survey Case Report - LC1997-153.
18376 Journal Article Vincent, A.G., and W.F. Font. 2003. Host specificity and population structure of two exotic helminths, Camallanus cotti (Nematoda) and Bothriocephalus acheilognathi (Cestoda), parasitizing exotic fishes in Waianu Stream, O'ahu, Hawai'i. Journal of Parasitology 89(3):540-544.
18368 Report Warburton, M., B. Kuperman, V. Matey, and R. Fisher. 2002. Parasite analysis of native and non-native fish in the Angeles National Forest. US Geological Survey, Western Ecological Research Center.
18350 Journal Article Ward, D. 2005. Collection of Asian tapeworm (Bothriocephalus acheilognathi) from the Yampa River, Colorado. Western North American Naturalist 65(3):403-404.


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