publication . Article . 2018

First report of Anisakis sp. in Epinephelus sp. in East Indonesia

Yuni Riwu; Christin Melky; Annytha Ina Rohi Detha; Diana A. Wuri; Julianty Almet;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2018 Journal: Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research, volume 5, page 88 (eissn: 2311-7710, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: ScopeMed Publishing
Abstract
Objective: The present research was conducted to identify the prevalence of Anisakis sp. as fish-borne zoonoses in Epinephelus sp. in territorial waters of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Materials and methods: A total of 50 fish (Epinephelus sp.) were collected from Kupang Fish Market in East Nusa Tenggara. Identification of Anisakis sp. was performed based on morphological observations considering shape of ventriculus, boring tooth, and mucron using binocular microscope. Results: Prevalence of Anisakis sp. in Epinephelus sp. was 22% (n=11/50). The parasite was mostly found in abdominal cavity, gonad, intestines, and muscles of fish. Conclusion: This study sugge...
Subjects
free text keywords: Anisakis sp.; East Nusa Tenggara; Epinephelus sp, Veterinary medicine, SF600-1100, Parasite hosting, Abdominal cavity, medicine.anatomical_structure, medicine, Biology, Epinephelus, biology.organism_classification, Ventriculus, Anisakis sp., Zoology, Fish market, Mucron, Gonad
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