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I believe the Parasect in the same episode retained its Japanese voice, but maybe for something in the background. And yeah, I'm certain they took over those roles at a later date, much like Blastoise.
In this recent interview with Haigney, he did a little sizzle reel of some of the Pokemon he voiced near the end. He voiced Arbok (probably for a line replacement here and there), but he's also voiced Paras, Parasect, Cubone, and Magikarp. I'm willing to bet for the last few, he voiced Giselle's...
Michael Haigney had voiced Blastoise during his time on the show (earlier seasons, movies, etc.). Eric Stuart took on the role later, and you can kinda tell when it's him. I'm 99% sure Haigney voiced Neesha's Blastoise (Shellshocker), alongside several others. He's also played Rattata and...
I feel like while Eric Stuart didn't voice Weezing during Haigney's run on the show, it's possible he played Weezing during the early episodes of Hoenn, shortly before it and Arbok were released. It sounds very much like him.
This old man from DP039 (Steamboat Willies) is claimed to be voiced by Eric Schussler. I believe with all my heart it's actually Rodger Parsons - the voice is a dead-ringer, and Parsons is credited for this episode, where Schussler is not.