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Aporocotyle australis n. Sp. (digenea : sanguinicolidae), parasito de merluccius australis (hutton 1872) en chile y su relacion con la filogenia de aporocotyle odhner, 1900 en merluccius spp

@article{Fernandez1985AporocotyleAN,
  title={Aporocotyle australis n. Sp. (digenea : sanguinicolidae), parasito de merluccius australis (hutton 1872) en chile y su relacion con la filogenia de aporocotyle odhner, 1900 en merluccius spp},
  author={J. Fernandez and L. Dur{\'a}n},
  journal={Revista Chilena de Historia Natural},
  year={1985},
  volume={58},
  pages={121-126}
}
What can metazoan parasites reveal about the taxonomy of Scomber japonicus Houttuyn in the coast of South America and Madeira Islands
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