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In this study, a total of 146 specimen of fish species from Garmrood River of Amol, Mazandaran province in the summer 2011 were caught by local fishermen which including ,10 sand goby (Neogobius fluviatilis),4 round goby (Neogobius melanostomus), 48 Capoeta capoeta, 73 Albernoides bipunctatus, 5 Leuciscus cephalus, 7 Cobitis taenia and 4 Nemacheilus nemacheilus. The fishes were transported a live to laboratory of Islamic Azad University of Babol. They killed by cutting their spinal cord and then measured. Monogenes such as Dactylogyrus and Diplozoon, Nematodes (Rhabdocona, Pronoprymna, Cuculunus sp., Contracaecum sp.) and Cestods (Bothriocephalus) were found in infected fish. The most percentage of infection was observed in Leuciscus cephalus and Capoeta capoeta whereas there was no infection in sand goby and round goby.