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Rectification de la cle de determination des especes du sous-genre Lecithodendrium Looss, 1896 (Trematodes)



Rectification de la cle de determination des especes du sous-genre Lecithodendrium Looss, 1896 (Trematodes)



Revue Suisse de Zoologie. 68: 3, 303-304



The author points out that he omitted figure 7 in his paper in Rev. suisse ZooL, 1960, 67, 1-80 and that the key he gave to species of Lecithodendrium now requires modification in connection with L. granu- losum Looss, 1907. An examination of material of this species has shown that the oesophagus measures about 100 micro long.

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