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Acanthobdellida

 
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2018
2018
The Acanthobdellida is a group of annelid parasites of fish, which are restricted to subarctic parts of the Northern Hemisphere… Expand
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2015
2015
An updated and revised account of the systematics, phylogenetic relationships, distribution and diversity of leeches (Hirudinida… Expand
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2014
2012
2012
Salmonoid fish bdellosis is caused by leech-like ectoparasites in the monogenetic order Acanthobdellida. Although Acanthobdella… Expand
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2012
2012
Acanthobdellidans are unique in their organisation and phylogenetic relationships due to having transitional characters that… Expand
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2006
2006
Phylogenetic relationships within the class Clitellata were examined using partial nucleotide sequences of the nuclear 18S… Expand
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2001
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2001
To investigate the phylogenetic relationships of leeches, branchiobdellidans, and acanthobdellidans, whole nuclear 18S rDNA and… Expand
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2000
2000
The phylogenetic relationships of the Clitellata were investigated using a data set with published and new complete or partial… Expand
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1993
1993
SummaryIn recently collected specimens of Acanthobdella peledina the nervous system, the genital organs and the coelomic… Expand
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1989
1989
Revision of the literature concerning Agriodrilus (Oligochaeta, Lumbriculidae) and Acanthobdella (Acanthobdellida), both… Expand
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