Taxometric analysis of helminthes of marine fishes. 1. Pedunculacetabulum spinatum n.sp., from Chorinemus mandetta and Wenyonia rhincodonti n.sp., from Rhincodon typus

@article{Malhotra2011TaxometricAO,
  title={Taxometric analysis of helminthes of marine fishes. 1. Pedunculacetabulum spinatum n.sp., from Chorinemus mandetta and Wenyonia rhincodonti n.sp., from Rhincodon typus},
  author={A. Malhotra and N. Jaiswal and H. R. Singh and V. Capoor and S. K. Malhotra},
  journal={Journal of Parasitic Diseases},
  year={2011},
  volume={35},
  pages={222-229}
}
The investigations include report of two new worms from marine fishes of Central West Coast of Goa in Arabian Sea. A trematode, Pedunculacetabulum spinatum n.sp. from Chorinemusmandetta and Wenyonia rhincodoni n.sp. from sharks, Rhincodon typus have been described and compared with closer species. The systematics of genus Pedunculacetabulum Yamaguti (Japan J Zool 6:1–112, 1934) has been discussed with detailed evidence of taxometric significance to reinstate this genus. 
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