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Laminiscus n.g. (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) from capelin, Mallotus villosus (Muller), (Pisces: Osmeridae) in the northwest Atlantic with redescriptions of L. gussevi n. comb., Gyrodactyloides petruschewskii, and G. andriaschewi


, : Laminiscus n.g. (Monogenea: Gyrodactylidae) from capelin, Mallotus villosus (Muller), (Pisces: Osmeridae) in the northwest Atlantic with redescriptions of L. gussevi n. comb., Gyrodactyloides petruschewskii, and G. andriaschewi. Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie 61(2): 298-306

Laminiscus n. gen., description, 3 species included in genus; redescriptions of L. gussevi n. comb., Gyrodactyloides petruschewskii, and G. andriaschewi with emphasis on functional morphology of haptor; emended generic diagnosis for Gyrodactyloides

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