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Table 2 List of infected hosts, infected tissues, phylogenetic affinities of the parasites found and GenBank ID. All hosts have wild origin unless indicated otherwise

From: Phylogenetic analysis of apicomplexan parasites infecting commercially valuable species from the North-East Atlantic reveals high levels of diversity and insights into the evolution of the group

Host species Infected organ Parasite GenBank ID
Diplodus sargus a Intestine Goussia sp. (Fig. 1, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468321
Sparus aurata b Intestine Goussia sp. (Fig. 1, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468322
Scomber japonicus Heart, kidney Goussia sp. (Fig. 1, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468319, MF468320
Dicentrarchus labrax b Intestine Goussia sp. (Fig. 1, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468318
Intestine Eimeria cf. variabilis (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2);
Eimeria sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2)
MF468291, MF468292
Dicentrarchus labrax Intestine Eimeria sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468293
Trisopterus luscus Intestine Eimeria sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468290
Stomach, gall bladder, liver, heart, spleen, intestine Eimeriidae gen. sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468299–MF468308
Trachurus trachurus Intestine, liver, spleen, stomach Eimeriidae gen. sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468309–MF468314
Scyliorhinus canicula Liver Eimeriidae gen. sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468294
Liver Eimeria sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468298
Liver, anal gland, stomach Coccidia sp. (Fig. 3, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468295–MF468297
Pagrus caeruleostictus Gall bladder, liver, intestine Calyptospora sp. (Fig. 2, Additional file 2: Figure S2) MF468315–MF468317
Heart, kidney Apicomplexa fam. gen. sp. (Fig. 4, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468323, MF468324
Thunnus sp. Intestine Eimeriidae gen. sp. MG724744c
Solea senegalensis Testes, liver, gills Apicomplexa fam. gen. sp. (Fig. 4, Additional file 1: Figure S1) MF468325–MF468328
  1. aFarm-associated hosts
  2. bFarmed hosts
  3. cThe sequence obtained from the parasite infecting Thunnus sp. was not used in the phylogenetic analysis due to its short length