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The present study is the first investigation of digenetic trematode parasites in C. bajad, a commercially important teleost fish species of the Red Sea, Coast of Yemen from AL-Khatheib region, in the coast city of Hodeidah, during the period from January to December 2006. A total of 112 C.bajad ( Local name: Bayad ) were examined, 16 specimens were found harboring Lecithochirium sp. (Lecithochirium: Hemiuridae). The prevalence and mean intensity of infection were 14.3 % and 2.9 respectively.doi:10.4197/mar.21-1.4 fatcat:mtwvyj4vkfbe3gxkmjhgo3f5wa