Postlepidapedon Zdzitowiecki, 1993 and Gibsonivermis n. g. (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae) from fishes of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia, and their relationship to Intusatrium Durio & Manter, 1968

@article{Bray2004PostlepidapedonZ1,
  title={Postlepidapedon Zdzitowiecki, 1993 and Gibsonivermis n. g. (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae) from fishes of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia, and their relationship to Intusatrium Durio \& Manter, 1968},
  author={Rodney A. Bray and Thomas Herbert Cribb and Stephen C. Barker},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2004},
  volume={36},
  pages={143-155}
}
The genus Intusatrium Durio & Manter, 1968 is redefined based on a re-examination of paratypes of the type-species, I. robustum Durio & Manter, 1968, and is considered monotypic with characteristic terminal genitalia: internal seminal vesicle elongate tubular, with rather thick wall, divided by slight change in wall thickness into longer proximal and shorter distal region; pars prostatica subcylindrical; ejaculatory duct relatively short, with wrinkled/wall. The genus Postlepidapedon… 
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