Morphometric comparison of three members of the Gyrodactylus nemachili-like species group (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) on Barbatula barbatula L. in the Czech Republic, with a reinstatement of G. papernai Ergens & Bychowsky, 1967

@article{Pikrylov2007MorphometricCO,
  title={Morphometric comparison of three members of the Gyrodactylus nemachili-like species group (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) on Barbatula barbatula L. in the Czech Republic, with a reinstatement of G. papernai Ergens \& Bychowsky, 1967},
  author={Iva Přikrylov{\'a} and Iveta Matějusov{\'a} and Jir{\'i} Jarkovsk{\'y} and Milan Gelnar},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2007},
  volume={69},
  pages={33-44}
}
The Gyrodactylus nemachili-like species complex, parasitising stone loach Barbatula barbatula L. in the Czech Republic, was investigated based on the detailed morphometric analysis of its haptoral hard parts. The existence of two species, G. jiroveci Ergens & Bychowsky, 1967 and G. pseudonemachili Ergens & Bychowsky, 1967 was confirmed. A standard discriminant analysis of the morphometric data showed a clear separation between specimens of G. jiroveci and another species or variant. Based on… 
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