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the calicotyle conundrum: do molecules reveal more than morphology?partial large subunit 28s rdna sequences were obtained for specimens of calicotyle (monogenea: monocotylidae) from eight different host species distributed worldwide to test the validity of some species and to address the question of host-specificity in others. sequences obtained for calicotyle specimens identified as c. kroyeri based on morphological methods from the type-host raja radiata (rajidae) and an additional host r. clavata, both from the north sea, were identical. however, 'c. kroyeri ...200111389337
a new species of acanthocotyle monticelli, 1888 (platyhelminthes: monogenea: acanthocotylidae) from the ventral skin of the banded stingaree, urolophus cruciatus (lacépède, 1804), from tasmania, australia.acanthocotyle urolophi sp. nov. is described from the skin of the banded stingaree, urolophus cruciatus (lacépède, 1804). this is the first acanthocotylid to be described from australian waters. acanthocotyle urolophi sp. nov. is distinguished from other species of acanthocotyle by a combination of the number of vitelline follicles 38 (33-46) and the number of rows 35 (32-37) of sclerites on the pseudohaptor. in addition, acanthocotyle urolophi sp. nov. has no germarial appendix and no uterine " ...201627447227
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