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The genus Diplostomum - taxonomy, morphology and biology
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Systematic relationships among six species of Diplostomum Nordmann, 1832 (Digenea) based on morphological and molecular data*
• Abstract The identification of many Dip/ostomum species is difficult due to their high morphological similarity. For six species: D. spathaceum, D. parviventosum, D. mergi, D. paracaudum, D.Expand
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Verification of the life-cycles of Diplostomum spathaceum (Rudolphi, 1819) and D. pseudospathaceum Niewiadomska, 1984 (Trematoda, Diplostomidae)
SummaryThe life-cycles of Diplostomum spathaceum (Rudolphi, 1819) and D. pseudospathaceum Niewiadomska, 1984 are presented as being in agreement with the status of these species as outlined byExpand
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Present status ofDiplostomum spathaceum (Rudolphi, 1819) and differentiation ofDiplostomum pseudospathaceum nom. nov. (Trematoda: Diplostomatidae)
SummaryThe literature concerning the life-cycle and morphology of adults has furnished evidence that in the diagnosis ofDiplostomum spathaceum two distinct species are confused. One of these speciesExpand
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Submesoscale physical‐biogeochemical coupling across the Ligurian current (northwestern Mediterranean) using a bio‐optical glider
A bio-optical autonomous underwater gliding vehicle, equipped with a conductivity, temperature, depth (CTD) sensor, an oxygen sensor, backscatter meters, chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM)Expand
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Optimal identification procedure for Diplostomum paracaudum (Iles, 1959) and D. pseudospathaceum Niewiadomska, 1984 metacercariae (Digenea) based on morphological characters
The diagnostic usefulness of the morphological characters of the metacercariae of two similar species of the genus Diplostomum, D. paracaudum and D. pseudospathaceum, is studied. The data are basedExpand
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