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Figures 11–14.

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Microscopic images of specimens of Pararhadinorhynchus magnus n. sp. from Scatophagus argus in Vietnam. (11) The posterior portion of the proboscis receptacle showing the incomplete posterior outer wall of the receptacle and the clear external layer of a short lemniscus (arrow) slightly longer than the receptacle. (12) The posterior portion of another proboscis receptacle showing the nucleated cell pouch at its posterior end (arrow), position and shape of the cephalic ganglion, and part of a long lemniscus. (13) The posterior end of a gravid female showing the subterminal position of the gonopore anterior to the rounded posterior tip of the trunk, and the shape of the vagina. (14) The posterior end of a male specimen showing the rounded bursa lacking significant rays or sensory structures.

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