1997
DOI: 10.1023/a:1005863808627
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Révision des cestodes (Monticelliidae) décrits par Woodland (1934) chez Brachyplatystoma filamentosum avec redéfinition des genres Endorchis Woodland, 1934 et Nomimoscolex Woodland, 1934

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“…Similarly, a new arrangement of the Monticelliidae, including numerous synonymies of genera proposed by Brooks (1995), requires critical evaluation coinciding with the broadening of our knowledge from comparative morphology. As an example, the recent revision of the monticelliid genus Nomimoscolex, which resulted in numerous synonymies and new combinations (de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1997), can be mentioned. Brooks (1995) suggested that the current level of resolution in phylogenetic studies of the monticelliids (and this can be extended to the proteocephalideans in general) was limited by the availability of character information for many taxa.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Similarly, a new arrangement of the Monticelliidae, including numerous synonymies of genera proposed by Brooks (1995), requires critical evaluation coinciding with the broadening of our knowledge from comparative morphology. As an example, the recent revision of the monticelliid genus Nomimoscolex, which resulted in numerous synonymies and new combinations (de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1997), can be mentioned. Brooks (1995) suggested that the current level of resolution in phylogenetic studies of the monticelliids (and this can be extended to the proteocephalideans in general) was limited by the availability of character information for many taxa.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…; state 2 in Proteocephalus glanduliger (Janicki, 1928) and P. joanae de Chambrier & Paulino, 1997 (Proteocephalinae), Jauella glandicephalus Rego & Pavanelli, 1985 (Othinoscolecinae = Peltidocotylinae), Nomimoscolex piraeeba Woodland, 1934(Zygobothriinae), etc. (Fuhrmann, 1933Rego & Pavanelli, 1985;de Chambrier & Vaucher, 1997;de Chambrier & Paulino, 1997).…”
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“…Suitability of this fixation method has already been documented by a number of taxonomic and morphological studies on proteocephalidean (see, e.g., de Chambrier and Vaucher 1997, 1999, de Chambrier et al 2007) and bothriocephalidean cestodes (e.g., Kuchta et al 2008Kuchta et al , 2009a. A large-scale sampling of caryophyllidean cestodes in Africa, Europe, Asia (Japan and India) and North America, carried out by the present authors since 1995, has confirmed suitability of this fixation method also for caryophyllideans.…”
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“…5A-C). There are posterior laciniations or lappets (velum) surrounding the proglottis in other cestode groups, including a few proteocephalideans such as Scholzia emarginata (Diesing, 1850), Zygobothrium megacephalum Diesing, 1850 and Nomimoscolex piraeeba Woodland, 1934(see Woodland 1933, de Chambrier and Vaucher 1997). The conical shape and branching of the ventral osmoregulatory canal within the appendages of P. eirasi makes it reasonable to assume that they are not homologous to the laciniations or lappets in other cestodes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%