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K~ ~ :, .. ~~ ~~ ~~ , . ;. ;. ~ " --------Fig. 5b. Diagram drawn up on the basis of the evolutionary ca- pacity levels presented in Fig. 5a, illustrating possible evolution of various types of haptor in Monogenea. ::.. " ,:... ; .. "/ ' ', .... ;. __ .. ,' " ' 0 ,... , . ----:".. · .. . ' Fig. 7. Transmission electron micrograph, transverse section of posterior end of a Gyrocotyle lycophore/larva; host: Chimaera monstrosa. The transversely sectioned ~: ~ larval hooks (each in a pocket of a posterior invagination) are shown.
Advances in the Biology of Turbellarians and Related Platyhelminthes: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on the Turbellaria held at Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, August 5–10, 1984 by Ulrich Ehlers (auth.), Seth Tyler (eds.)