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Table 2 Identification of host and parasite genetic lineages

From: Invaders, natives and their enemies: distribution patterns of amphipods and their microsporidian parasites in the Ruhr Metropolis, Germany

Host lineages Reference
Gammarus pulex clade C Lagrue et al. 2014
Gammarus pulex clade D Lagrue et al. 2014
Gammarus pulex clade E own designation following Lagrue et al. 2014
Gammarus fossarum type B Weiss et al. 2014
Gammarus roeselii Hou et al. 2011, BOLD
Gammarus tigrinus Costa et al. 2009, BOLD
Echinogammarus berilloni Hou et al. 2014
Echinogammarus trichiatus Cristescu & Hebert 2005a, Arundell et al. 2014, BOLD
Dikerogammarus haemobaphes Cristescu & Hebert 2005a, BOLD
Dikerogammarus villosus Cristescu & Hebert 2005a, Rewicz et al. 2015, BOLD
Parasite lineages  
Dictyocoela duebenum/muelleri- complex Terry et al. 2004, Haine et al. 2004, Wilkinson et al. 2011
Dictyocoela berillonum Terry et al. 2004, Wilkinson et al. 2011
Cucumispora dikerogammari Wattier et al. 2007, Ovcharenko et al. 2010
Microsporidium sp. G Terry et al. 2004
Microsporidium sp. I Terry et al. 2004, Grabner et al. 2014 (=Microsporidium M3)
Microsporidium sp. 515 Krebes et al. 2010, Grabner et al. 2014 (=Microsporidium M1)
Microsporidium sp. 505 Krebes et al. 2010, Grabner et al. 2014 (=Microsporidium M2)
Microsporidium BPAR3 Arundell et al. 2014
*Microsporidium sp. nov. RR1 own designation
*Microsporidium sp. nov. RR2 own designation
  1. BOLD Barcode of Life Database (www.barcodinglife.org). *RR Ruhr-Region
  2. aCristescu ME, Hebert PD. The “Crustacean Seas” an evolutionary perspective on the Ponto-Caspian peracarids. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 2005;62:505–17