Pseudoterranova decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) Gibson, 1983

Arai, Hisao P. & Smith, John W., 2016, Guide to the Parasites of Fishes of Canada Part V: Nematoda, Zootaxa 4185 (1), pp. 1-274: 126

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Pseudoterranova decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) Gibson, 1983
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* Pseudoterranova decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) Gibson, 1983  (sensu lato)

Synonyms: Terranova decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) Mozgovoi, 1953  ; Phocanema decipiens (Krabbe, 1878) Myers 1959 

Includes P. decipiens  B auct.

Description (after McClelland & Ronald 1974, McClelland et al. 1983, Hurst 1984, J. W. Smith & Wootten 1984a,

McClelland 1995, and Martell & McClelland 1995). With characteristics of the genus. Creamy white, yellow,

brown, red, or reddish brown in colour, L3 lie coiled in capsules of irregular shape. About 1.5 to 60 long. Cuticular

striations transverse and irregular. Anterior and posterior ends of an L3 shown diagrammatically in Fig.74View FIGURE 74 A,B.

Mouth, lips, boring tooth, and excretory pore similar to those of Anisakis simplex  L3 (see Fig. 73View FIGURE 73 A,B,C). L3 from

cod musculature 15–60 long, from cod viscera, mesenteries and peritoneum 8–42 long. The largest of five

relatively small L3 found free in a flatfish stomach (from Canadian waters) was 8.078 long; length of

preventriculus, ventriculus, intestinal caecum and tail 0.871, 0.533, 0.194, and 0.105 respectively. The smallest of

these L3 was 1.592 long; corresponding measurements 0.290, 0.158, not stated, and 0.066. Mean length of ten L3

from barracouta (from New Zealand waters) was 29.8 (range 25.0–36.0); corresponding measurements 2.03 (1.54–

2.65), 0.90 (0.71–1.14), 1.11 (0.87–1.29), and 0.12 (0.10–0.13). Tail bluntly rounded with small mucron.

Sites: body cavity, mesenteries, musculature

Hosts: Alosa aestivalis  (110); Alosa pseudoharengus  (110, 127); Amblyraja radiata  (99); Ammodytes  sp. (99); Anarhichas lupus  (55, 138); Anoplopoma fimbria  (69); Apeltes quadracus  (112, 113); Artediellus atlanticus  (138); Aspidophoroides monopterygius  (99, 138); Atheresthes stomias  (69, 134); Boreogadus saida  (106, 145); Brosme brosme (99); Clupea harengus  (56, 79); Clupea pallasi  (43); Coregonus huntsmani  (145); Cryptacanthodes maculatus  (138); Cyclopterus lumpus  (99, 138); Enchelyopus cimbrius  (138); Eumesogrammus praecisus  (138); Eumicrotremus spinosus  (99, 138); Fundulus heteroclitus  (127); Gadus morhua  (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 40, 44, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 58, 62, 63, 68, 71, 73, 74, 77, 79, 80, 81, 87, 89, 90, 92, 93, 99, 100, 101, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 111, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 122, 124, 127, 129, 136, 138, 143, 144); Gadus macrocephalus  (1, 6, 21, 106, 125); Gasterosteus aculeatus  (113, 127); Glyptocephalus cynoglossus  (1, 6, 10, 19, 46, 62, 63, 71, 73, 77, 99, 125, 138); Hemitripterus americanus  (1, 6, 21, 46, 89, 92, 93, 99, 103, 105, 114, 125, 129, 138); Hippoglossoides platessoides  (1, 5, 6, 10, 19, 21, 46, 55, 62, 63, 71, 73, 75, 77, 86, 99, 105, 114, 124, 126, 129, 136, 137, 138, 139); Hippoglossus hippoglossus  (77, 99, 129); Hippoglossus stenolepis  (43, 128, 133, 140); Limanda ferrugineus  (6, 21, 45, 63, 71, 73, 77, 99, 105, 114, 125, 126, 138); Lophius americanus  (99, 125, 138); Lumpenus lumpretaeformis  (138); Leptoclinus maculatu  s (138); Lycodes reticulatus  (138); Lycodes vahlii  (99, 138); Lycodes  spp. (125); Mallotus villosus  (123); Melanogrammus aeglefinus  (99, 105, 114, 138); Menidia menidia  (127); Merluccius bilinearis  (1, 99, 138); Merluccius productus  (64); Microgadus tomcod  (145); Microstomus pacificus  (69); Myoxocephalus aenaeus  (127); Myoxocephalus octodecemspinosus  (6, 21, 99, 105, 114, 125, 138, 145); Myoxocephalus scorpius  (6, 21, 65, 106, 125, 129, 145); Myoxocephalus  sp. (19); Nezumia bairdii  (57); Oncorhynchus mykiss  (70, 101, 102, 107); Ophiodon elongatus  (43); Osmerus mordax  (1, 5, 6, 21, 61, 85, 86, 89, 92, 95, 96, 97, 103, 127); Peprilus triacanthus  (99, 138); Phycis chesteri  (99); Pollachius virens  (99, 106, 127); Pseudopleuronectes americanus  (6, 77, 99, 105, 125, 126, 127, 135, 138, 141); Raja  sp. (21); Reinhardtius hippoglossoides  (60, 99, 108, 109, 115, 120, 125, 129, 132, 138); Salmo salar  (127, 145); Salvelinus alpinus  (145); Salvelinus fontinalis  (93, 127); Scophthalmus aquosus  (99, 105, 114, 138); Sebastes alutus  (18, 24); Sebastes fasciatus  (1, 99, 131, 138); Sebastes flavidus  (98); Sebastes mentella  (99, 131); Sebastes norvegicus  (6, 45); Tautogolabrus adspersus  (125, 127); Theregra chalcogramma  (59, 67, 69, 78); Triglops murrayi  (6, 138); Triglops pingelii  (21); Urophycis chuss  (99); Urophycis tenuis  (6, 99, 125, 138, 142); unspecified “cod” (5, 9, 12, 13, 16, 20, 25, 33, 38, 39, 41, 42, 47, 48, 66, 72, 84, 94); unspecified “fish” (22, 23, 26, 76, 82, 83, 88, 91); unspecified “hake” (1); Zoarces americanus  (1, 5, 6, 21, 46, 92, 99, 125, 138)

Distribution: Atlantic, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Pacific

Records: 1. Scott 1950 (AT); 2. Baer 1953 (AT); 3. Martin 1953 (AT); 4. Reed 1953 (AT); 5. Scott 1953 (AT); 6. Scott 1954 (AT); 7. Ronald 1956 (AT); 8. Scott 1956 (AT); 9. W. F. Black 1957 (AT); 10. Homans & MacFarlane 1957 (AT); 11. Scott & Martin 1957 (AT); 12. Fairbairn 1958 (AT); 13. Power 1958 (AT); 14. Scott & Fisher 1958 (AT); 15. Kohler 1959 (AT); 16. Myers 1959b (AT); 17. Scott & Martin 1959 (AT); 18. Liston et al. 1960 (PA); 19. Myers 1960 (EX, AT); 20. Ronald 1960 (AT); 21. Scott & Black 1960 (AT); 22. Bradley 1961a (AT); 23. Bradley 1961b (AT); 24. Liston & Hitz 1961 (PA); 25. Power 1961 (AT); 26. Ronald 1962 (AT); 27. Freeman et al. 1963 (AT); 28. Townsley et al. 1963 (AT); 29. McCracken & Fitzgerald 1964 (AT); 30. Davey 1965 (AT); 31. Davey 1966 (AT); 32. Wiles 1968 (AT); 33. Kan & Davey 1968a (AT); 34. Kan & Davey 1968b (AT); 35. Davey 1969 (AT); 36. Pippy 1970 (AT); 37. Davey 1971 (AT); 38. Davey & Sommerville 1974 (AT); 39. McClelland & Ronald 1974 (AT); 40. Ackman & Gjelstad 1975 (AT); 41. Boghen & Davey 1975 (AT); 42. Ackman 1976 (AT); 43. Hoskins et al. 1976 (PA); 44. McClelland 1976 (AT); 45. Gaevskaya & Umnova 1977 (AT); 46. Linkletter et al. 1977 (AT); 47. Goil & Harpur 1978 (AT); 48. Davey 1979 (AT); 49. Goil & Harpur 1979 (AT); 50. Cain & Raj 1980 (AT); 51. Croll et al. 1980 (AT); 52. McClelland 1980a (AT); 53. McClelland 1980b (AT); 54. McClelland 1980c (AT); 55. Zubchenko 1980 (AT); 56. McGladdery 1981 (AT); 57. Zubchenko 1981a (AT); 58. Appy & Burt 1982 (AT); 59. Arthur et al. 1982 (PA); 60. Khan et al. 1982 (AT); 61. Fréchet et al. 1983 (AT); 62. McClelland et al. 1983a (AT); 63. McClelland et al. 1983b (AT); 64. Sankurathri et al. 1983 (PA); 65. Stewart & Bernier 1983 (NT); 66. Apold et al. 1984 (AT); 67. Arthur 1984 (PA); 68. Davey & Goh 1984 (AT); 69. Kabata & Whitaker 1984 (PA); 70. Margolis 1984 (PA); 71. McClelland et al. 1984 (AT); 72. Goh & Davey 1985 (AT); 73. McClelland et al. 1985 (AT); 74. Wells et al. 1985 (AT); 75. Zubchenko 1985a (AT); 76. Davey 1986 (AT); 77. Morrison et al. 1986 (AT); 78. Priebe 1986 (PA); 79. Brattey 1988 (AT); 80. Chandra & Khan 1988 (AT); 81. Lee 1988 (AT); 82. Berland et al. 1989 (AT); 83. Burt et al. 1989a (AT); 84. des Clers 1989 (AT); 85. Landry 1989a (AT); 86. Landry 1989b (AT); 87. Likely & Burt 1989 (AT); 88. Mattiucci & Paggi 1989 (AT); 89. Appleton & Burt 1990 (AT); 90. Brattey et al. 1990 (AT); 91. Burt et al. 1990a (AT); 92. Burt et al. 1990b (AT); 93. Burt et al. 1990c (EX, AT); 94. Burt et al. 1990d (AT); 95. Landry 1990a (AT); 96. Landry 1990b (AT); 97. Landry & Hare 1990 (AT); 98. Lee et al. 1990 (PA); 99. McClelland et al. 1990 (AT); 100. Myers & Brattey 1990 (AT); 101. Ramakrishna & Burt 1990 (EX, AT); 102. J. W. Smith et al. 1990 (EX, AT); 103. Appleton & Burt 1991 (AT); 104. des Clers 1991 (AT); 105. Marcogliese 1991 (AT); 106. Paggi et al. 1991 (AT); 107. Ramakrishna & Burt 1991 (EX, AT); 108. Arthur & Albert 1992a (AT); 109. Arthur & Albert 1992b (AT); 110. Landry et al. 1992 (AT); 111. MacKinnon & Burt 1992 (AT); 112. Marcogliese 1992a (NS); 113. Marcogliese 1992b (NS); 114. Marcogliese & McClelland 1992 (AT); 115. Arthur & Albert 1993 (AT); 116. Dixon et al. 1993 (AT); 117. Fusé et al. 1993a (AT); 118. Fusé et al. 1993b (AT); 119. Ramakrishna et al. 1993 (AT); 120. Arthur & Albert 1994 (AT); 121. Marcogliese & Boily 1994 (AT); 122. McClelland & Marcogliese 1994 (AT); 123. Arthur et al. 1995 (AT); 124. Boily & Marcogliese 1995 (AT); 125. Marcogliese 1995a (AT); 126. Martell & McClelland 1995 (AT); 127. McClelland 1995 (EX, AT); 128. Blaycock 1996 (PA); 129. Brattey & Davidson 1996 (AT); 130. Marcogliese 1996 (NS); 131. Moran et al. 1996 (AT); 132. Boje et al. 1997 (AT); 133. Blaycock et al. 1998a (PA); 134. Wierzbicka & Piasecki 1998 (PA); 135. Khan 1999 (AT); 136. McClelland 2000 (AT); 137. McClelland et al. 2000 (AT); 138. McClelland & Martell 2001a (AT); 139. McClelland & Martell 2001b (AT); 140. Blaycock et al. 2003 (PA); 141. McClelland et al. 2005 (AT); 142. Melendy et al. 2005 (AT); 143. Khan et al. 2011 (NF); 144. McClelland & Melendy 2011 (AT); 145. Pufall et al. 2012 (NU)