Redesciption of Ten species of digenetic trematodes from marine fish of Emirati coastsof the Arabian Gulf
Ten species of digenetic trematodes are fully described from fishes of the United Arab Emirates. These specimens, which have been previously described in a list which comprised different helminth fauna, commonly infest Emirati fishes. The ten species include Prosorhynchus epinepheli, Hexangium sigani, Proctotrema pritchardae, Pseudoplagioporus interruptus, Centrovarium marinum, Paracryptogonimus acanthostomus, Derogenes varicus, Lecithocladium unibulbolabrum, Lecithochirium microstomum, and Prosogonotrema pritchardae. Seven out of the ten species are described for the first time among Arabian Gulf fishes.
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