Grammatorcynicola n. g. (Bucephalidae: Dolichoenterinae) from Grammatorcynus spp. (Scombridae) on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

@article{Bott2005GrammatorcynicolaNG,
  title={Grammatorcynicola n. g. (Bucephalidae: Dolichoenterinae) from Grammatorcynus spp. (Scombridae) on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia},
  author={Nathan J. Bott and Thomas Herbert Cribb},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2005},
  volume={61},
  pages={93-98}
}
A new trematode genus, Grammatorcynicola n. g. (Bucephalidae: Dolichoenterinae), and two new species, G. brayi n. sp. and G. nolani n. sp. from the intestines of the scombrids, Grammatorcynus bicarinatus and Gr. bilineatus respectively, are reported from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Grammatorcynicola n. g. is placed in the Dolichoenterinae, as the pharynx is in the anterior quarter of the body, the caecum is tube-like and extends to the posterior quarter of the body, the cirrus-sac is… 

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