Cycloplectanum riouxi n. sp., une nouvelle espèce de Diplectanidae (Monogenea, Monopisthocotylea) parasite d'Epinephelus guaza (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Serranidae)

  title={Cycloplectanum riouxi n. sp., une nouvelle esp{\`e}ce de Diplectanidae (Monogenea, Monopisthocotylea) parasite d'Epinephelus guaza (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pisces, Serranidae)},
  author={G. Oliver},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  • G. Oliver
  • Published 1 December 1986
  • Biology
  • Systematic Parasitology
SummaryCycloplectanum riouxi n. sp., described here, resembles Cycloplectanum amplidiscatum (Bravo-Hollis, 1954) Beverley-Burton & Suriano, 1981 and Cycloplectanum beverleyburtonae Oliver, 1984 in the shape of the sclerified cirrus bulb and resembles Cycloplectanum americanum (Price, 1937) Oliver, 1968 in the shape of the vaginal sclerifications. It differs from these species in the shape of the haptoral transverse bars and the morphology of the squamodiscs. It differs also from other species… 

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