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Diplozoidae

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Diplozoidae is a family of monogeneans in the order Mazocraeidea.[2] In all species of this family, the bodies of the two hermaphroditic members of a couple are permanently fused for life. These monogeneans are parasitic on the gills of freshwater fish. [3]

Genera

References

  1. ^ Palombi, A. (1949). Trematodi d'Italia. Parte I. Trematodi Monogenetici. Archivio Zoologico Italiano, 34, 203408.
  2. ^ WoRMS (2018). Diplozoidae Palombi, 1949. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=119241 on 2018-09-08
  3. ^ a b Khotenovsky, I. A. (1981). Systematics and phylogeny of the families Diplozoidae and Discocotylidae (Monogenea). Parazitologyia, 30, 166–175.
  4. ^ von Nordmann, A. (1832). Mikrographische Beiträge zur Naturgeschichite der wirbellosen Thiere. Berlin: G. Reimer.
  5. ^ Tripathi, Y. R. (1960). Change of name of Diplotrema barbi Tripathi, 1959. Indian Journal of Helminthology, 11(1/2), 116.
  6. ^ Akhmerov, A. K. (1974). New species of Diplozoon from the Amur River fishes. Trudy Gel'mintologicheskoi Laboratorii, Akademiya Nauk SSSR, 24, 5–19.
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Diplozoidae: Brief Summary

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Diplozoidae is a family of monogeneans in the order Mazocraeidea. In all species of this family, the bodies of the two hermaphroditic members of a couple are permanently fused for life. These monogeneans are parasitic on the gills of freshwater fish.

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