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Helminth fauna of bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) on the area of Serbia

dc.contributor.advisorBjelić-Čabrilo, Olivera
dc.contributor.otherPopović, Ester
dc.contributor.otherLalošević, Vesna
dc.contributor.otherKostić, Desanka
dc.contributor.otherBjelić-Čabrilo, Olivera
dc.creatorHorvat, Žolt
dc.date.accessioned2017-11-06T10:47:43Z
dc.date.available2017-11-06T10:47:43Z
dc.date.available2020-07-03T13:38:55Z
dc.date.issued2017-10-20
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dc.description.abstractAnalizirana je helmintofauna 127 primeraka slepih miševa na teritoriji Srbije. Sakupljene jedinke su pripadnici 12 vrsta slepih miševa: veliki potkovičar (Rhinolophusferrumequinum Schreber, 1774); tamnoliki brkati večernjak (Myotis mystacinus Kuhl, 1817); mali brkati večernjak (M. alcathoe Helversen & Heller, 2001); šumski brkati večernjak (M. brandtii  Eversmann, 1845); južni veliki večernjak (M. oxygnathus Monticelli, 1885); evropski veliki večernjak (M. myotis Borkhausen, 1797); dugodlaki slepi mišić(Hypsugo savii Bonaparte, 1837); obični slepi mišić(Pipistrellus pipistrellus Schreber, 1774); šumski slepi mišić (P. nathusii Keyserling & Blasius, 1839); evropski smeđi dugoušan (Plecotus auritus Linnaeus, 1758); evropski sivi dugoušan (P. austriacus Fischer, 1829) i obični noćnik (Nyctalus noctula Schreber, 1774). Jedinke slepih miševa su sakupljane sa 15 lokaliteta na teritoriji Srbije: Deliblatska peščara, Zasavica, Valjevo, Beograd, Paraćin, Đerdap, Bor, Beljanica, Kučevo, Boljevac, Zaječar, Zlot, Medveđa, planina Tara i Ivanjica u periodu od 2001. do 2009 godine.Izolovano je ukupno 1642 jedinki parazita (787 jedinki metilja, 4 pantljičara i 851 nematoda), razvrstanih u 2 razdela, 1 podrazdel, 3 klase, 3 podklase, 1 nadred, 6 reda, 1 podred, 7 nadfamilija, 11 familija, 9 podfamilija, 12 rodova i 14 vrsta. Identifikovane vrste parazita su:  Plagiorchis koreanus(Ogata, 1937), Mesotretes peregrinus (Braun, 1900), Lecithodendrium linstowi (Dollfus, 1931), Prosthodendrium longiforme (Bhalerao, 1926), P. chilostomum (Mehlis, 1831),  P. parvouterus (Bhalerao, 1926), Milina grisea(van Beneden, 1873), Capillaria neopulchra (Babos, 1954), Molinostrongylus alatus(Ortlepp, 1932), Strongylacantha glycirrhiza  (van Beneden, 1873), Physalopterasp., Litomosa ottavianii (Lagrange & Bettini, 1948), Rictularia bovieri (Blanchard, 1886) i Seuratum mucronatum (Rudolphi, 1809). Kvalitativna i kvantitativna analiza helmintofaune slepih miševa je prvi put rađena na području Srbije, te se date vrste domaćina mogu smatrati novim za sve konstatovane vrste parazita na teritoriji naše zemlje. U ukupnom uzorku 93 (73.23%) jedinki domaćina bilo je invadirano parazitima. Najbrojnije u ukupnom uzorkusu bile vrste  P. koreanus, L. linstowii  M. alatus, sa dominacijom poslednje. Konstatovano je da pol  ne utiče na sastav helmintofaune domaćina. Međutim, konstatovane su promene u kvalitetu i kvantitetu helmintocenoze u pojedinim sezonama.sr
dc.description.abstractThe helminth fauna of 127 individuals of bats on the territory of Serbia was analyzed. The host samples consisted of 12 bat species: Greater Horseshoe Bat(Rhinolophus   ferrumequinumSchreber, 1774); Whiskered Bat (Myotis  mystacinusKuhl, 1817); Alcathoe Whiskered Bat (M. alcathoeHelversen & Heller, 2001); Brandt ’s Bat (M. brandtiiEversmann, 1845); Lesser Mouse-eared Bat (M. oxygnathusMonticelli, 1885); Greater Mouse-eared Bat (M. myotisBorkhausen, 1797); Savi ’ s Pipistrelle Bat (Hypsugo saviiBonaparte, 1837); Common Pipistrelle Bat (Pipistrellus pipistrellus Schreber, 1774); Nathusius ’ Pipistrelle Bat (P.  BathusiiKeyserling & Blasius, 1839); Brown Long-eared Bat (Plecotus auritusLinnaeus, 1758); Grey Long-eared Bat (P. austriacusFischer, 1829) and Noctule Bat (Nyctalus noctulaSchreber, 1774). Host semples were collected from fifteen localities throughout Serbia: Deliblato sands, Zasavica, Valjevo, Belgrade, Paraćin,  Đerdap, Bor, Beljanica, Kučevo, Boljevac, Zaječar, Zlot, Medveđa, Tara mountain and Ivanjica in the period between2001 and 2009. A total of 1642 helminth individuals (787 individuals of digeneans, 4 cestodes and 851 nematodes) were collected from the hosts, classified into 2 phylas, 1 subphyla, 3 classes, 3 subclasses, 1 superorder, 6 orders, 1 suborder, 7 superfamilies, 11 families, 9 subfamilies, 12 generas and 14 species. Fourteen parasite species were identified: Plagiorchis koreanus(Ogata, 1937),  Mesotretes peregrinus(Braun, 1900), Lecithodendrium linstowi(Dollfus, 1931),  Prosthodendrium  longiforme(Bhalerao, 1926), P. chilostomum(Mehlis, 1831),  P. parvouterus(Bhalerao, 1926),  Milina grisea (van Beneden, 1873),  Capillaria neopulchra(Babos, 1954),  Molinostrongylus alatus (Ortlepp, 1932),  Strongylacantha glycirrhiza(van Beneden, 1873),  Physalopterasp., Litomosa ottavianii(Lagrange & Bettini, 1948),  Rictularia bovieri(Blanchard, 1886)  and  Seuratum mucronatum(Rudolphi, 1809). The qualitative and  quantitativeanalysis of the helminth fauna of bats were conducted in Serbia for the first time. Therefore all bat species can be considered new hosts for all recorded helminth species on the area of the country. Ninety-three (73.23%)  individuals werefound to be infected with helminth parasites. The most numerous helminth species in total sample were  P. koreanus,  L. linstowiand  M. alatus, which is also the most dominant. There is no evidence that the composition of helminth  fauna depends on the sex ofthe host. However, some seasonal changes in quality and quantity of helminth community of the host are obvious. en
dc.languagesr (latin script)
dc.publisherУниверзитет у Новом Саду, Природно-математички факултетsr
dc.rightsopenAccessen
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Новом Садуsr
dc.subjectslepi miševisr
dc.subjectBatsen
dc.subjectTrematodasr
dc.subjectCestodasr
dc.subjectNematodasr
dc.subjectstruktura helmintofaunesr
dc.subjectinvadiranostisr
dc.subjectSrbijasr
dc.subjectTrematodaen
dc.subjectCestodaen
dc.subjectNematodaen
dc.subjectstructure of helminth faunaen
dc.subjectinfestationen
dc.subjectSerbiaen
dc.titleHelmintofauna slepih miševa (Mammalia: Chiroptera) na području Srbijesr
dc.title.alternativeHelminth fauna of bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) on the area of Serbiaen
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dc.rights.licenseBY-NC-SA
dcterms.abstractБјелић-Чабрило, Оливера; Поповић, Естер; Лалошевић, Весна; Костић, Десанка; Бјелић-Чабрило, Оливера; Хорват, Жолт; Хелминтофауна слепих мишева (Маммалиа: Цхироптера) на подручју Србије; Хелминтофауна слепих мишева (Маммалиа: Цхироптера) на подручју Србије;
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dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/37010/IzvestajKomisije14994.pdf


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