Phenotypic plasticity in Caryophyllaeus brachycollis Janiszewska, 1953 (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea): does fish host play a role?

@article{Bark2014PhenotypicPI,
  title={Phenotypic plasticity in Caryophyllaeus brachycollis Janiszewska, 1953 (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea): does fish host play a role?},
  author={Daniel Bar{\vc}{\'a}k and Mikul{\'a}{\vs} Oros and Vladim{\'i}ra Hanzelov{\'a} and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Scholz},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2014},
  volume={88},
  pages={153-166}
}
Recent molecular phylogenetic studies on fish tapeworms of the genus Caryophyllaeus Gmelin, 1790 (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea), parasites of cyprinid fishes in the Palaearctic Region, have revealed unexpected phenotypic plasticity that seems to be related to definitive hosts. In the present paper, Caryophyllaeus brachycollis Janiszewska, 1953 is redescribed and its two morphotypes are circumscribed on the basis of newly-collected specimens. Morphotype 1 from barbels [Barbus spp. including the type… Expand
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