A new species of Metabenedeniella (Monogenea: Capsalidae) from the dorsal fin of Diagramma pictum (Perciformes: Haemulidae) from the great barrier reef, Australia with a revision of the genus.

@article{Horton1994ANS,
  title={A new species of Metabenedeniella (Monogenea: Capsalidae) from the dorsal fin of Diagramma pictum (Perciformes: Haemulidae) from the great barrier reef, Australia with a revision of the genus.},
  author={M. A. Horton and Ian D. Whittington},
  journal={The Journal of parasitology},
  year={1994},
  volume={80 6},
  pages={
          998-1007
        }
}
Metabenedeniella parva n. sp. is described from the marine teleost Diagramma pictum from Heron Island, Queensland, Australia. The type species of the genus, Metabenedeniella hoplognathi, is redescribed and the generic diagnosis emended. Metabenedeniella parva differs from M. hoplognathi in many respects: M. parva is smaller; in M. parva the accessory sclerites and anterior hamuli are of similar length, but the posterior hamuli are smaller, whereas in M. hoplognathi the accessory sclerites are… 

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