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Marine Aspidogastrids (Trematoda) from Fishes in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
Sherman S. Hendrix and Robin M. Overstreet
The Journal of Parasitology
Vol. 63, No. 5 (Oct., 1977), pp. 810-817
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3279883
Page Count: 8
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Of the aspidogastrids Multicalyx cristata, Lobatostoma ringens, Cotylogaster basiri, and C. dinosoides sp. n., the last two had not been previously known from the Gulf of Mexico. The latter differs from other members of its genus by having relatively large equatorial marginal alveoli in comparison to those at the anterior and posterior ends of the holdfast. It also possesses extensive transverse musculature connecting opposed lateral alveoli. New host records are included for all four species, and we report preadults of what appear to be the first two species.
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