The Opecoelidae (Digenea) of sparid fishes of the western Mediterranean. IV.Peracreadium Nicoll, 1909 andCainocreadium Nicoll, 1909

@article{Bartoli1989TheO,
  title={The Opecoelidae (Digenea) of sparid fishes of the western Mediterranean. IV.Peracreadium Nicoll, 1909 andCainocreadium Nicoll, 1909},
  author={Pierre Bartoli and David I. Gibson and Rodney A. Bray},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={1989},
  volume={14},
  pages={53-67}
}
The generaPeracreadium Nicoll, 1909 andCainocreadium Nicoll, 1909 are redefined and their validity discussed. Only one species ofPeracreadium, P. characis (Stossich, 1886) n. comb., is believed to occur in the Mediterranean region. This species, which is restricted toDiplodus [=Puntazzo] puntazzo and had previously been considered to be aspecies inquirenda, is redescribed and distinguished from other species of the genus; a neotype is designated.Cainocreadium labracis (Dujardin, 1845), the only… 

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