Paravortex scrobiculariae (Graff) in Great Britain

@article{Freeman1957ParavortexS,
  title={Paravortex scrobiculariae (Graff) in Great Britain},
  author={R. F. H. Freeman},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1957},
  volume={180},
  pages={1213-1214}
}
THE genus Paravortex was established by Wahl1 for a vorticid Rhabdocoele living in the intestine of the lamellibranch Scrobicularia plana. Three species are now recognized with some certainty, all associated with bivalve molluscs. Paravortex (= Graffilla) gemellipara (Linton) lives as a commensal in the mantle cavity of the American ribbed mussel, Modiolus demissus2,3; P. cardii Hallez in the stomach of the common cockle Cardium edule4 and P. scrobiculariae (Graff) in the intestine, and… CONTINUE READING

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