1994
DOI: 10.1007/bf00008479
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Etude morpho-anatomique et génétique de deux nouveaux Proteocephalus Weinland, 1858 (Cestoda: Proteocephalidae) parasites de Platydoras costatus (L.), poisson siluriforme du Paraguay

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“…The structure of the pars copulatrix vaginae is constant in our material. As mentioned elsewhere (de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994), this may be a good specific discriminant character.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The structure of the pars copulatrix vaginae is constant in our material. As mentioned elsewhere (de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994), this may be a good specific discriminant character.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recently, several species have been described or redescribed which exhibit characters intermediate to those used by Woodland to define the subfamilies, e.g. Jauella glandicephalus Rego & Pavanelli, 1985, Nupelia portoriquensis Pavanelli & Rego, 1991, Proteocephalus paraguayensis (Rudin, 1917) (see de Chambrier, 1990), P. catzeflisi de Chambrier et al, 1992, P. renaudi de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994, and other species (Rego & Pavanelli, 1985;Pavanelli & Rego, 1991;de Chambrier, 1990;de Chambrier et al, 1992;de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994). The classification established by Woodland is becoming inadequate to incorporate the newly described specimens from Brazilian freshwater fishes at the subfamily level.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Position of testicular fields: 9. two distinctly separated fields, Proteocephalus soniae de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994(after de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994; 10. two fields connected anteriorly, P. regoi (after Chambrier & al., 1996; 11. one field, Mariauxiella pimelodi de Chambrier & Rego, 1995(after de Chambrier & Rego, 1995. Scale-bars: 9, 10, 500 µm; 11, 250 µm.…”
Section: Character Analysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The most common type is a ring-shaped concentration of muscle fibres The pars copulatrix vaginae can be further characterised by the presence of a huge concentration of muscle and chromophilic cells that do not form a true vaginal sphincter, i.e., do not include elongated or ring-shaped bundles of muscle fibres, as observed in Pseudoendorchis spp. or Proteocephalus soniae de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994(fig. 10 in de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1994.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%