Cucumispora ornata n. sp. (Fungi: Microsporidia) infecting invasive 1 ‘demon shrimp’

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Bojko, J; Dunn, A; Stebbing, PD; Ross, SH; Kerr, RC; Stentiford, GD;
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    mesheuropmc: parasitic diseases

Dikerogammarus haemobaphes, the ‘demon shrimp’, is an amphipod native to the Ponto-Caspian region. This species invaded the UK in 2012 and has become widely established. Dikerogammarus haemobaphes has the potential to introduce non-native pathogens into the UK, creating... View more
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