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Philometra austropacifica n. sp. from Alepes vari, scanning electron micrographs. A: Cephalic end of male, subapical view (arrow indicates amphid). B: Cephalic end of subgravid female, apical view. C: Caudal end of male, subapical view (note aperture near distal tip of one spicule). D: Same, sublateral view (another specimen). E: Caudal end of male, subapical view (enlarged; arrows indicate phasmids). F: Same, dorsal view (arrows indicate papillae situated posterior to cloacal aperture). Abbreviations: a, submedian pair of cephalic papillae of external circle; b, submedian cephalic papilla of internal circle; c, lateral cephalic papilla of internal circle; d, group of four caudal papillae near cloacal aperture; e, pair of papillae situated posterior to cloacal aperture; f, caudal mound; g, gubernaculum; o, oral aperture; s, spicule.

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