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Monogenetic trematodes of some Alabama freshwater fishes with descriptions of four new species and redescriptions of two species.

  title={Monogenetic trematodes of some Alabama freshwater fishes with descriptions of four new species and redescriptions of two species.},
  author={R. Allison and W. Rogers},
The following new species of Dactylogyridae are described from Alabama fishes: Actinocleidus bennetti from Lepomis auritus, Urocleidus circumcirrus from Elassoma zonatum, Urocleidus tuhercidatus from Lepomis auritus, and Urocleidus udicola from Elassoma evergladei and Elassoma zonatum. Dactylogyrus minutus Kulwiec, 1927, is redescribe d for the first time from North America and Actinocleidus georgiensis Price, 1966, is redescribed . In all 43 described species involving six genera and two… 
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