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Fig. 6 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 6

From: The complete mitochondrial genome and description of a new cryptic species of Benedenia Diesing, 1858 (Monogenea: Capsalidae), a major pathogen infecting the yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi Valenciennes in the South-East Pacific

Fig. 6

Benedenia humboldti n. sp. Entire worm, ventral view (composite drawing mostly from type-specimens). Abbreviations: aa, anterior attachment organ; ah, anterior hamulus; as, accessory sclerite; cgp, common genital pore; e, eye-spots; eg, egg; g, germarium; gc, gut caeca; h, haptor; ifc, internal fertilization chamber; mv, marginal valve; p, pharynx; pe, penis; ph, posterior hamulus; prh, prohaptor; t, testis; te, tendons; u, uterus; vd, vas deferens; vf, vitelline follicle; vr, vitelline reservoir

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