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DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752004000200007

Keywords: allopseudaxine macrova, churavera triangula, hexostoma auxisi, hexostoma keokeo, monogenea.

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allopseudaxine macrova (unnithan, 1957), churavera triangula (mamaev, 1967), hexostoma auxisi palombi, 1943 and h. keokeo yamaguti, 1968 are studied based on light and scanning electron microscopy. the previously proposed synonymy of h. auxisi and h. keokeo is not accepted. morphological changes between juvenile and adult hexostomatids are highlighted.

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