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[Acanthocephalan Paracanthocephaloides soleae (Porta, 1905) n. comb. (Arhythmacanthidae: Paracanthocephaloidinae) parasites of Solea impar Benn].

@article{Paggi1983AcanthocephalanPS,
  title={[Acanthocephalan Paracanthocephaloides soleae (Porta, 1905) n. comb. (Arhythmacanthidae: Paracanthocephaloidinae) parasites of Solea impar Benn].},
  author={L Paggi and P Orecchia},
  journal={Parassitologia},
  year={1983},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={
          99-103
        }
}
The authors redescribe an acanthocephalan found in the intestine of Solea impar Benn. formerly considered as belonging to the species Acanthocephaloides soleae (Porta, 1905) Petrotschenko, 1956. The systematic position of the species soleae is discussed. For the absence of the trunk spines and for the morphology of the proboscis it is assigned to the genus Paracanthocephaloides Golvan, 1969 as Paracanthocephaloides soleae (Porta, 1905) n. comb. 
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