A Bibliography of Parasitology Research Originating from the Reelfoot Lake Region

Reelfoot Lake Environmental

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A Bibliography of Parasitology Research Originating from the Reelfoot Lake Region

Moore, P.J. 1898. The leeches of the U. S. National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 21:543-563.

 

LePrince, J.A., and H.A. Johnson. 1929. Development of a power dusting device for applying Paris green as an anopheline larvicide. Public Health Reports 44:1001-1017.

 

Meleney, H.E., E.L. Bishop, and F.L. Roberts. 1929. Observations on the malaria problem in west Tennessee. Southern Medical Journal 22:382-394.

 

Meleney, H.E., E.L. Bishop, and W.S. Leathers. 1932. Investigations of Endamoeba histolytica and other intestinal protozoa in Tennessee. III. A state-wide survey of the intestinal protozoa of man. The American Journal of Hygiene 16:523-539.

 

Horsfall, M.W. l935. Observations on the life history of Macravestibulum obtusicaudum Macklin, 1930 (Trematoda: Pronocephalidae). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 2:78-79.

 

LePrince, J.A. 1935. Investigations on the malarial mosquito at the Reelfoot Lake Biological Station. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 10:25.

 

Johnson, H.A. 1936. Notes on the occurrence of A. walkeri. Southern Medical Journal 29:856-857.

 

Harwood, P.D. 1936. Notes on Tennessee helminthes III. Two trematodes from a kingfisher. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 11:251-256.

 

Johnson, H.A. 1937. Attractivity of light for Anopheles mosquitoes. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 12:104-106.

 

Brown. F.R., and J.W. Pearson. 1938 Some Culicidae of the Reelfoot Lake Region. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 13:50-56.

 

Byrd, E.E. 1938. Studies on blood flukes of the family Spirorchidae. I. Preliminary report. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 13:57-60.

 

Byrd. E.E. 1939. Studies on the blood flukes of the family Spirorchidae. II. Revision of the family and description of new species. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 14:116-161.

 

Bang, F.B., G.E. Quinby, and T.W. Simpson. 1940. Anopheles walkeri (Theobald): A wild-caught specimen harboring malarial plasmodia. Public Health Reports 55:119-120.

 

Byrd, E.E., C.E. Venard, and R.J. Reiber. 1940. The excretory system in Trematoda. I. Studies on the excretory system in the trematode subfamily Gorgoderinae Looss, 1899. The Journal of Parasitology 26:407-420.

 

Venard, C.E. 1940. Studies on parasites of Reelfoot Lake fish. I. Parasites of the large-mouthed bass, Hiro salmoides (Lacepede). Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 15:43-63.

 

Byrd, 1940. Larval flukes from Tennessee. I. A new mother sporocyst of a Leucochloridium. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 15:117-123.

 

Byrd. E.E. 1940. Larval flukes from Tennessee. II. Studies on cercariae from Physa gyrina Say, with descriptions of two new species. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 15:124-131.

 

Byrd, E.E., and R.J. Reiber. 1940. Larval flukes from Tennessee. III. Studies on cercariae from Helisoma trivolvis Say, with descriptions of new species. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 15:132-156.

 

Venard, C.E. 1941. Studies on parasites of Reelfoot Lake fish. II. Parasites of the warmouth bass, Chaenobryttus gulosus (Cuvier and Valenciennes). Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 16:14-16.

 

Quinby, G.E. 1941. Additions to the mosquitoes (Culicidae) of the Reelfoot Lake Region. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 16:17-21.

 

Parker, M.V. 1941. The trematode parasites from a collection of amphibians and reptiles. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 16:27-45.

 

Reiber. R.J. 1941. Nematodes of Amphibian and Reptilia. I. Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 16:92-99.

 

Venard, C.E. 1941. Studies on parasites of Reelfoot Lake fish. III. A new genus and new species of trematode (Plagiorchioidea: Macroderoididae) from Lepisosteus platostomus. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 16:379-383.

 

Byrd, E.E. 1941. The opossum, Didelphis virginana Kerr, a new host for Paragonimus in Tennessee. Science 93:542.

 

Denton, J.F. 1941. Studies on the morphology, taxonomy, and life histories of trematodes of the subfamily Dicrocoeliinae Looss, 1899. Ph.D. disseration, Rice University, Houston, Texas.

 

Bangham, R.V., and C.E. Venard. 1942. Studies on parasites of Reelfoot Lake fish. IV. Distribution studies and checklist of parasites. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:22-38.

 

Reiber, R.J., and E.E. Byrd. 1942. Some nematodes from mammals of Reelfoot Lake in Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:78-89.

 

Byrd, E.E., R.J. Reiber, and M.V. Parker. 1942. The anatomy of a lung fluke from the opossum (Didelphis virginiana Kerr). Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:116-129.

 

Byrd, E.E., and R.J. Reiber. 1942. Mammalian trematodes. I. Trematodes from the opossum, Didelphis virginiana Kerr. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:130-142.

 

Byrd. E.E., and R.J. Reiber. 1942. Mammalian trematodes. II. Three flukes from small mammals. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:143-148.

 

Byrd, E.E., and R.W. Macy. 1942. Mammalian trematodes. III. Certain species from bats. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 17:149-156.

 

Bang, F., and T. Simpson. 1942. Feeding habits of Anopheles walkeri Theobald at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 22:513-516.

 

Riser, N.W. 1942. A new proteocephalid from Amphiuma tridactylum Cuvier. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 61:391-397.

 

Mizelle, J.D., and W.J. Brennan. 1942. Studies on monogenetic trematodes VII. Species infesting the bluegill sunfish. The American Midland Naturalist 27:135-144.

 

Mizelle, J.D., and B.J. Jaskoski. 1942. Studies on monogenetic trematodes VIII. Tetraonchinae infesting Lepomis miniatus Jordan. The American Midland Naturalist 27:145-153.

 

Mizelle, J.D., D.R. LaGrave, and R.P. O'Shaughnessy. 1943. Studies on monogenetic trematodesIX. Host specificity of Poximus Tetraonchinae. The American Midland Naturalist 29:730-731.

 

Mizelle, J.D., and J.P. Cronin. 1943. Studies on monogenetic trematodes X. Gill parasites from Reelfoot Lake fishes. The American Midland Naturalist 30: 196-222.

 

Eyles, D.E., and L.K. Bishop. 1943. The microclimate and diurnal resting places of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say in the vicinity of Reelfoot Lake. Public Health Reports 58:217-230.

 

Eyles, D.E. 1943. A method for catching, marking, and reexamining large numbers of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say, Journal of the National Malaria Society 2:85-91.

 

Eyles, D.E., and W.E. Cox. 1943. Measurement of a population of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say. Journal of the National Malaria Society 2:71-83.

 

Eyles, D.E., and L.K. Bishop. 1943. An experiment on the range of dispersion of Anopheles quadrimaculatus. The American Journal of Hygiene 37:239-245.

 

Eyles, D.E. 1943. Accidental transportation of mosquitoes by automobile. Journal of Economic Entomology 36:345.

 

Bang, F.B. G.E. Quinby, and T.W. Simpson. 1943. Studies on Anopheles walkeri Theobald conducted at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee 1935-1941. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 23:247-273.

 

Ellis, J.M. 1944. Notes on the collection and oviposition of Anopheles walkeri. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 19:29-30.

 

Hoff, C.C. 1944. A preliminary study of the Hydracarina of Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 19:45-69.

 

Denton, J.F. 1945. Studies on the life history of Brachylecithum americanum n. sp., a liver fluke of passerine birds. The Journal of Parasitology 31:131-141.

 

Eyles, D.E. 1948. Anopheles mosquito production of the plant communities of Reelfoot Lake. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 23:139-147.

 

Goodman, J.D. 1949. Observation on the anatomy, classification, and life history of the trematode genus Stomatrema Guberlet (1928). Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 24:52-59.

 

Van Cleave, H.J. 1949. The acanthocephalan genus Neoechinorhynchus in the catostomid fishes of North America, with descriptions of two new species. The Journal of Parasitology 35:500-512.

 

Denton, J.F., and E.E. Byrd. 1951. The helminth parasites of birds, III: Dicrocoeliid trematodes from North American birds. Proceeding of the United States National Museum 101:157-202.

 

Goodman, J.D. 1951. Studies on trematode cercariae at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, I. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 26:22-25.

 

Goodman, J.D. 1951. Studies on trematode cercariae at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, II. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 26:55-72.

 

Goodman, J.D. 1952. Taxonomic studies of the family Ochetosomatidae Leao, 1944, and the life history of Stomatrema guberleti Byrd, 1937, Trematoda. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

Venard, C.E., and J.H. Warfel. 1953. Some effects of two species of Acanthocephala on the alimentary canal of the largemouth bass. The Journal of Parasitology 39:187-190.

 

Snow, W.E., and E. Pickard. 1954. Observations on the seasonal activity of some night-biting diptera. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 29:17-22.

 

Snow, W.E. 1955. Feeding activities of some blood-sucking diptera with reference to vertical distribution in bottomland forest. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 48:512-521.

 

Najarian H.H. 1955. Notes on aspidogastrid trematodes and hydracarina from some Tennessee mussels. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 30:11-14.

 

Price, E.W. 1959. Some new monogenetic trematodes from the gizzard shad, Dorosoma cepedianum (La Sueur). Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 30:9-10.

 

Price, E.W. 1961. North American monogenetic trematodes IX. The families Mazocraeidae and Plectanocotylidae. Proceeding of the Biological Society of Washington 74:127-156.

 

Najarian, H.H. 1961. New aspidogastrid trematode, Cotylaspis reelfootensis, from some Tennessee mussels. The Journal of Parasitology 47:515-520.

 

Hendrix, S.S., and R.B. Short. 1965. Aspidogastrids from Northeastern Gulf of Mexico river drainages. The Journal of Parasitology 51:561-569.

 

Mackiewicz, J.S. 1969. Penarchigetes oklensis gen. et sp. n. and Biacetabulum carpiodi sp. n (Cestoidea: Caryphyllaeidae) from catostomid fish in North America. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 36:119-126.

 

Denton, J.F. 1972. Zonorchis chandleri sp. n. (Digenea: Dicrocoeliidae) from the yellow-breast chat, Icteria virens. Proceeding of the Helminthological Society of Washington 39:14-15.

 

Mackiewicz J.S. 1974. Calentinella etnieri gen. et sp. n. (Cestoidea: Caryophyllaeidae) from Erimyzon oblongus (Mitchill) (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) in North America.

 

Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 41:42-45.

 

Bafundo, K.W. 1978. Geographic variation in helminth parasites from the digestive tract of Tennessee raccoons, Procyon lotor. M.S. thesis, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee.

 

Christensen, B.M., and R. L. Calentine. 1983. Penarchigetes macrorchis sp. n. (Cestodea: Caryophyllaeidae) from the lake chubsucker, Erimyzon sucetta (Lacepede), in western Kentucky. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington 50:112-116.

 

Strohlein, D.A., and B.M. Christensen. 1984. Haemogregarina sp. (Apicomplexa: Sporozoea) in aquatic turtles from Murphy's Pond, Kentucky.Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 103:98-101.

 

Van Den Bussche, R.A. 1984. Temporal and spatial variation of helminth parasites in coyotes, Canis laterans, from Tennessee. M.S. thesis, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee.

 

Cole, R.A., and W.L. Shoop. 1987. Helminths of the raccoon (Procyon lotor) in western Kentucky. The Journal of Parasitology 73:762-768.

 

Goodman J.D. 1990. Amblosoma reelfooti n. sp. (Trematoda: Brachylaimata Thapariellidae) from Viviparus intertextus in Tennessee and Thapariella prudhoei n. sp. from Lanistes sp. in Zaire. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 100:319-324.

 

Detterline, J.L., and W.E. Wilhelm. 1991. Survey of pathogenic Naegleria fowleri and thermotolerant amebas in federal recreational waters. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 110:244-261.

 

Kollars, T.M., Lizotte, R.E., and W.E. Wilhelm. 1997. Gastrointestinal helminthes of the river otter (Lutra can adensis) in Tennessee. The Journal of Parasitology 83:158-160.

 

Tkach, V.V., S.D. Snyder, and Z. Swinderski. 2001. On the phylogenetic relationships of some members of Macroderoididae and Ochetosomatidae (Digenea, Plachorchioidae). Acta Parasitologica 46:267-275.

 

Kuzmin, Y., V.V. Tkach, and S.D. Snyder. 2003. The nematode genus Rhabdias (Nematoda: Rhabdiasidae) from amphibians and reptiles of the Neartic. Comparative Parasitology 70:101-114.

 

Snyder, S.D. 2004. Phylogeny and paraphyly among tetrapod blood flukes (Digenea: Schistosomatidae and Spirorchiidae). International Journal for Parasitology 34:1385-1392.

 

Barger, M.A. 2004. The Neoechinorhynchus of turtles: Specimen base, distribution and host use. Comparative Parasitology 71:118-129.

 

Snyder, S.D. 2005. New methods for collection and preservation of spirorchiid trematodes and polystomatid monogeneans from turtles. Comparative Parastitology 72:102-107.

 

Goodman, J.D., and S. Monks. 2006. Taxonomic revision of Pneumatophilus Odhner, 1910, and description of Pneumatophilus tracheophilus n.sp. (Ochetosomatiodea: Ochetosomatidae) from the mud snake Farancia abacura abacura (Serpentes: Colubridae: Xenodontinae). Comparative Parasitology 73:14-19.

 

Platt, T.R. 2006. First report of Echinochasmus sp. from the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina L.) from Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee, U.S.A.. Comparative Parasitology 73:161-164.

 

Turner, H.M. 2006. Distribution and prevalence of Allocorrigia filiformis (Trematoda: Dicrocoeliidae), a parasite of the crayfish Procambarus clarkii, within the state of Louisiana and the Lower Mississippi River Valley, U.S.A.. Comparative Parasitology 73:274-278.

 

Curran, S.S., V.V. Thach, and R.M. Overstreet. 2006. A review of Polylekithum Arnold, 1934 and its affinities using morphological and molecular data, with description of Polylekithum catahoulensis sp.nov.. Acta Parasitologica 51:238-248.

 

Platt, T.R., and S.D. Snyder. 2007. Redescription of Hapalorhynchus reelfooti Byrd, 1939 (Digenea: Spirorchiidae) from Sternotherus odoratus (Latreille,1801). Comparative Parasitology 74:41-34.

 

Tkach, V.V., E.J. Strand, and L. Froese. 2008. Macroderoides texanus n. sp. (Digenea: Macroderoididae) from alligator gar, Atractosteus spathula in Texas. Parasitology Research 104:27-33.

 

Turner, H.M. 2009. Additional distribution and prevalence records for Alloglossidium dolandi (Digenea: Macroderoididae) and a comparison with the distribution of Alloglossidium caridicolum, parasites of procambarid crayfish, within the Coastal Plains of the Southeastern United States. Comparative Parasitology 76:283-286.

 

Freyre, D. 2009. Population genetics and host specificity of Spirorchis scripta in emydid turtles. MS thesis, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska.

 

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