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Digenetic Trematodes of Marine Fishes of India. Part II. Fellodistomatidae
M. Hafeezullah and Ather H. Siddiqi
The Journal of Parasitology
Vol. 56, No. 5 (Oct., 1970), pp. 932-940
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3277509
Page Count: 9
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Ten species in the family Fellodistomatidae Nicoll, 1913, are reported from the marine fishes of India. New genera are: Jonesiella, Allobacciger, and Odontotrema and new species are: Faustula basiri, Jonesiella pomacanthi, Allobacciger macrorchis, Bacciger sardinellae, B. cochinensis, and Paradiscogaster farooqii. Monascus typicus (Odhner, 1911), and Tergestia clonacantha Manter, 1963, are reported for the first time from the Indian region. Faustula gangetica (Srivastava, 1935) Yamaguti, 1958, originally reported from Clupea ilisha, an anadromous species from Allahabad, is reported from a marine fish, Hilsa sinensis (= Clupea toli). A new name, Paradiscogaster yamagutii, is proposed for junior homonym of P. chaetodontis Yamaguti, 1942.
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