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Philometra protonibeae n. sp. from Protonibea diacanthus, scanning electron micrographs. A, B: cephalic end of subgravid female, subapical and apical views. C: Caudal end of male with protruded spicules and gubernaculum, lateral view. D: Protruded distal ends of spicule and gubernaculum, lateral view. E: Distal end of gubernaculum, dorsal view (arrow indicates elevated triangular structure). F: Caudal end of male, apical view (arrow indicates phasmid). Abbreviations: a, group of four flat caudal papillae; s, spicule.

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