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Australian Hymenolepididae (Cestoda) parasitizing birds. III. Studies on Parabisaccanthes bisacculina and P. philactes (Schiller, 1951)



Australian Hymenolepididae (Cestoda) parasitizing birds. III. Studies on Parabisaccanthes bisacculina and P. philactes (Schiller, 1951)



Acta Parasitologica Polonica 32(4): 327-338



The morphology of P. bisacculina from Cygnus atratus in Australia and P. philactes from C. olor in Europe was compared with existing descriptions. Szpotanska's incomplete and inadequate description refers to P. bisacculina in part only: double accessory sac, cirrus and vagina. Other features, ie. rostellar hooks, cirrus pouch and gonads correspond with the description of Drepanidotaenia lanceolata var. lobata Szpotanska, 1931.

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