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Paralepidapedon g. n. (Trematoda : Lepocreadiidae), with Descriptions of Metacercariae of Paralepidapedon hoplognathi (Yamaguti, 1938) comb. n. and of Two Other Species from Sea Urchins(Taxonomy)

@article{Shimazu1984ParalepidapedonGN,
  title={Paralepidapedon g. n. (Trematoda : Lepocreadiidae), with Descriptions of Metacercariae of Paralepidapedon hoplognathi (Yamaguti, 1938) comb. n. and of Two Other Species from Sea Urchins(Taxonomy)},
  author={Takeshi Shimazu and Shigeru Shimura},
  journal={Zoological Science},
  year={1984},
  volume={1},
  pages={809-817}
}

Paralepidapedon ostorhinchi (Korotaeva, 1974) n. comb. (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae) in Oplegnathus woodwardi (Waite) (Teleostei: Perciformes: Oplegnathidae) from off Rottnest Island, Western Australia

The digenean originally designated Lepidapedon (Lepidapedon) ostorhinchi is redescribed from its type-host, Oplegnathus woodwardi [= Ostorhinchus conwaii], from the waters off Western Australia. The

Paralepidapedon variabile sp. n. (Trematoda, Lepocreadioidea, Lepidapedidae) and other representatives of the genus Paralepidapedon from Antarctic fish

TLDR
P. lepidum was found for the first time in the Antarctic and Paralepidapedon variabile sp.

New Data on the Morphology and Phylogenetic Connections of Postlepidapedon Opisthobifurcatum (Trematoda, Lepocreadioidea: Lepidapedidae), a Parasite of Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Fishes

TLDR
The trematode Postlepidapedon opisthobifurcatum (Zdzitowiecki, 1990) is a common intestinal parasite of the gadiform fishes of the Southern Ocean and the anatomy of the terminal part of the reproductive system and with molecular data is supplemented.

THE FIRST RECORD OF DIMEROSACCUS ONCORHYNCHI (TREMATODA: OPECOELIDAE) IN FISHES FROM RIVERS OF PRIMORSKY TERRITORY, RUSSIA, WITH A DISCUSSION ON ITS TAXONOMIC POSITION USING MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DATA.

TLDR
Preliminary results indicate the validity of D. oncorhynchi as the member of the subfamily Opecoelinae, which was closely related to the genus Ope coeloides, a representative of this subfamily.

Reorganisation of the superfamily Lepocreadioidea Odhner, 1905 based on an inferred molecular phylogeny

Utilising phylogenetic estimates inferred from molecular sequences, the superfamily Lepocreadioidea Odhner, 1905 is re-organised, with the major family, the Lepocreadiidae, split into three separate

The phylogeny of the Lepocreadioidea (Platyhelminthes, Digenea) inferred from nuclear and mitochondrial genes: Implications for their systematics and evolution

TLDR
The phylogenetic relationships of representative species of the superfamily Lepocreadioidea were assessed, and it could not be demonstrated that a significant proportion of sites in the nad1 gene evolved under positive selection; this anomalous relationship therefore remains unexplained.

Lepidapedon spp. (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae) from deep-sea gadiform fishes of the NW Atlantic Ocean, including four new species

Five species are described from fishes in deep waters of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean: Lepidapedon gaevskayae n. sp. from Coryphaenoides (Nematonurus) armatus; L. merretti n. sp. from Phycis

The Lepocreadiidae (Digenea) of fishes from the north-east Atlantic: review of the genusParalepidapedon Shimazu & Shimura, 1984, with a description ofP. williamsi n. sp.

A new species,Paralepidapedon williamsi, is described from the fishCottunculus microps and an unidentified fish of the suborder Cottoidei in the NE Atlantic Ocean. This species is the first member of

The Lepocreadiidae (Digenea) of fishes from the north-east Atlantic: review of the genus Neolepidapedon Manter, 1954, with a description of N. smithi n. sp.

TLDR
A new species, Neolepidapedon smithi, is described from the fish Mora moro in the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean and is distinguished from its congeners in the extension of the vitellarium into the forebody and/or the body shape.

The Lepocreadiidae (Digenea) of fishes from the north-east Atlantic: Profundivermis intercalarius n. g., n. sp. from the marine fish Coryphaenoides (Nematonurus) armatus (Hector) (Macrouridae) from the Porcupine Abyssal Plain

TLDR
A new genus and species is described from the deep-sea fish Coryphaenoides (Nematonurus) armatus from 4,850 m deep on the Porcupine Abyssal Plain, NE Atlantic, which is the only member of the subfamily Lepidapedinae to show an inter-testicular ovary.