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Title: Gyrodactylus sommervillae n. sp. (Monogenea) from Abramis brama (L.) and Rutilus rutilus (L.) (Cyprinidae) in Oxfordshire, UK
Author(s): Turgut, Emine
Shinn, Andrew
Wootten, Rodney
Yeomans, William E
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Issue Date: May-1999
Date Deposited: 19-Nov-2012
Citation: Turgut E, Shinn A, Wootten R & Yeomans WE (1999) Gyrodactylus sommervillae n. sp. (Monogenea) from Abramis brama (L.) and Rutilus rutilus (L.) (Cyprinidae) in Oxfordshire, UK. Systematic Parasitology, 43 (1), pp. 59-63.
Abstract: Gyrodactylus sommervillae n. sp. (Monogenea) is described from the skin, fins and gills of Abramis brama (L.) and Rutilus rutilus (L.) from Blenheim Palace Lake, Oxfordshire, UK. G. sommervillae n. sp. closely resembles G. aphyae Malmberg, 1957, G. kearni Ergens, 1990 and G. lamberti Ergens, 1990 in the approximate shape of the marginal hook sickle and the anchors, but can be separated on the precise shape of the marginal hooks and the ventral bar.
DOI Link: 10.1023/A:1006121210676
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