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Fig. 3 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 3

From: A phylogeny of Cichlidogyrus spp. (Monogenea, Dactylogyridea) clarifies a host-switch between fish families and reveals an adaptive component to attachment organ morphology of this parasite genus

Fig. 3

Haptoral sclerotized parts of some Cichlidogyrus spp. parasitizing Hemichromis spp. and C. amieti Birgi & Euzet [23] from Aphyosemion cameronense Boulenger, 1903. (a) C. longicirrus Dossou & Birgi [60]; (b) C. euzeti Dossou & Birgi [60]; (c) C. falcifer Dossou & Birgi [60]; (d) C. cf. bychowskii (Markevich [59]); (e) C. amieti Birgi & Euzet [23]. Arrow indicates uncinuli pair I [I]

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