A revision of Microbothriorhynchus Yamaguti, 1952 (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha), with the redescription of M. coelorhynchi Yamaguti, 1952 and the description of M. reimeri n. sp.

@article{Palm2004ARO,
  title={A revision of Microbothriorhynchus Yamaguti, 1952 (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha), with the redescription of M. coelorhynchi Yamaguti, 1952 and the description of M. reimeri n. sp.},
  author={Harry Wilhelm Palm},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={219-226}
}
  • H. Palm
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Systematic Parasitology
The genus Microbothriorhynchus Yamaguti, 1952 is revised. Plerocerci of M. coelorhynchi Yamaguti, 1952 from the body-cavity of Brotula barbata (Bloch & Schneider) off the Angolan coast are re-described, and M. reimeri n. sp. from the body-cavity of Helicolenus maculatus (Cuvier) and Caelorinchus parallelus (Günther) from coastal waters off Mozambique is added to the genus. Both species are characterised in having an elongated, slightly craspedote scolex with small, collar-like bothridia, an… Expand
Microthrix pattern of Pseudogilquinia thomasi (Palm, 2000) (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) and a review of surface ultrastructure within the family Lacistorhynchidae Guiart, 1927
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The microthrix pattern of larvae of Pseudogilquinia thomasi (Palm, 2000) is described for the first time using scanning electron microscopy and ANOVA tests with Duncan's post hoc analyses revealed that there are significant differences in the length of spinitriches and their prongs. Expand

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