1992
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02761992000500012
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Nomimoscolex touzeti n. sp. (Cestoda), a parasite of ceratophrys cornuta (L.): first record of a monticellidae in an amphibian host

Abstract: Nomimoscolex touzeti n. sp. is described from one Ceratophrys cornuta (L.) caught in Amazonian Ecuador. Its taxonomic relationships to the others species are discussed. This new species is characterized by a cortical position of vitellaria; by the presence in the uteroduct of conglomerates of 20-40 eggs; by a weak ovary width/proglottis width ratio; by ventral excretory canals anastomosed; by a powerful vaginal sphincter and by a long cirrus. N. touzeti is the first record of Monticellidae in an amphibian host

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“…Nomimoscolex is a polyphyletic genus, as demonstrated by Zehnder et al (2000) and by several other authors (Freze, 1965;de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1992, 1997de Chambrier et al, 2004a;Gil de Pertierra 2002, 2003Brooks, 1995;Pavanelli & Takemoto, 1995). Woodland (1935a) also suggested that the five described species are ''more or less considerably different and may, later on, have to be referred to different genera''.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 76%
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“…Nomimoscolex is a polyphyletic genus, as demonstrated by Zehnder et al (2000) and by several other authors (Freze, 1965;de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1992, 1997de Chambrier et al, 2004a;Gil de Pertierra 2002, 2003Brooks, 1995;Pavanelli & Takemoto, 1995). Woodland (1935a) also suggested that the five described species are ''more or less considerably different and may, later on, have to be referred to different genera''.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 76%
“…sudobim Woodland, 1935;N. suspectus Zehnder, de Chambrier, Vaucher & Mariaux, 2000;and N. touzeti de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1992(See Woodland 1933, 1934a,b, 1935aBrooks & Deardorff, 1980;Rego, 1989;Rego & Pavanelli, 1990;de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1992;Gil de Pertierra 1995, 2002, 2003Pavanelli & Takemoto 1995;Zehnder et al, 2000).…”
Section: Remarksunclassified