A new species of Bathycreadium Kabata, 1961 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) from Phycisblennoides (Brünnich) (Gadiformes: Phycidae) in the western Mediterranean

@article{PrezDelOlmo2014ANS,
  title={A new species of Bathycreadium Kabata, 1961 (Digenea: Opecoelidae) from Phycisblennoides (Br{\"u}nnich) (Gadiformes: Phycidae) in the western Mediterranean},
  author={Ana P{\'e}rez-Del-Olmo and Sara Dallar{\'e}s and Maite Carrass{\'o}n and Aneta Kostadinova},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2014},
  volume={88},
  pages={233-244}
}
Bathycreadium brayi n. sp. is described based on specimens collected from the deep-sea greater forkbeard Phycis blennoides (Brünnich) (Gadiformes: Phycidae) in the Western Mediterranean. The new species is distinguished from B. flexicolle Kabata, 1961, B. elongata (Maillard, 1970) and B. nanaflexicolle Dronen, Rubec & Underwood, 1977 by the much smaller size of the body and most organs, the large (in relation to body length and width) ventral sucker and the distinctly more anterior extent of… 
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