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Procamallanus (Spirocamallanus) thalassomatis n. sp., scanning electron micrographs. (A, B) Cephalic end, sublateral and apical views, respectively (arrows indicate circumoral pores); (C) region of oral aperture, subapical view (arrows indicate circumoral pores); (D) deirid; (E) region of cloaca, sublateral view (arrows indicate pores of flat papillae around cloaca); (F) tail of gravid female, ventral view; (G) caudal projection of gravid female, sublateral view. (a) amphid; (b) cephalic papilla of external circle; (c) cephalic papilla of middle circle; (d) cephalic papilla of internal circle; (i) anus; (s) spicule.

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