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C.M. Whipps (Christopher)


Whipps, C.M., Adlard, R.D., Bryant, M.S. & Kent, M.L., 2003a. Two unusual myxozoans, Kudoa quadricornis n. sp. (Multivalvulida) from the muscle of goldspotted trevally (Carangoides fulvoguttatus) and Kudoa permulticapsula n. sp. (Multivalvulida) from the muscle of Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson)…. ...from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Parasitology 89: 168-173.
Whipps, C.M., Adlard, R.D., Bryant, M.S., Lester, R.J.G., Findlay, V. & Kent, M.L., 2003b. First Report of Three Kudoa Species from Eastern Australia: Kudoa thyrsites from Mahi mahi (Coryphaena hippurus), Kudoa amamiensis and Kudoa minithyrsites n. sp. from Sweeper (Pempheris ypsilychnus). J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 50: 215-219.
Blaylock, R.B., Bullard, S.A. & Whipps, C.M., 2004. Kudoa hypoepicardialis n. sp. (Myxozoa: Kudoidae) and associated lesions from the heart of seven perciform fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Parasitology 90: 584-593.
Whipps, C.M., Grossel, G., Adlard, R.D., Yokoyama, H., Bryant, M.S., Munday, B.L. & Kent, M.L., 2004. Phylogeny of the Multivalvulidae (Myxozoa: Myxosporea) based upon comparative rDNA sequence analysis. Journal of Parasitology 90 (3): 618-622.
Yokoyama, H., Whipps, C.M., Kent, M.L., Mizuno, K. & Kawakami, H., 2004. Post-Mortem Myoliquefaction Caused by Kudoa thyrsites (Myxozoa: Multivalvulida) from Japanese Flounder and Kudoa lateolabracis n. sp. from Chinese Sea Bass. Fish Pathology (Gyobyo Kenkyu) 39: 79-85.
Adlard, R.D., Bryant, M.S., Whipps, C.M. & Kent, M.L., 2005. Multivalvulid myxozoans from eastern Australia: Three new species of Kudoa from scombrid and labrid fishes of the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Australia. Journal of Parasitology 91: 1138-1142.
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