First record of shape Saturnius papernai Overstreet, 1977 in the Black Sea, with a review of the genus shape Saturnius Manter, 1969 (Digenea, Bunocotylidae)

@article{Dimitrov2004FirstRO,
  title={First record of shape Saturnius papernai Overstreet, 1977 in the Black Sea, with a review of the genus shape Saturnius Manter, 1969 (Digenea, Bunocotylidae)},
  author={Georgi I. Dimitrov and Fotios K. Arapoglou and Boyko B. Georgiev},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={43-48}
}
Saturnius papernai Overstreet, 1977 is recorded from the stomach of Mugil cephalus L. (Osteichthyes, Mugilidae) in the Black Sea (a new geographical record) off the southern part of the Bulgarian coast. The species is redescribed and figured on the basis of the Black Sea specimens. Some amendments to the generic diagnosis are proposed concerning the presence of a uterine seminal receptacle and a posterior (third) circular flange. It is proposed that the occurrence of S. papernai is a feature of… 
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