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SEM of specimens of Neoechinorhynchus personatus from Mugil cephalus in the Mediterranean Sea off Tunisia. 11. Proboscis of a male specimen showing the large anterior hooks and the delineation of the neck. 12. An apical view of a proboscis showing the pore of the apical organ (arrow). 13. The magnified anterior and middle hooks of the proboscis shown in Fig. 11. 14. A partially Gallium cut anterior hook showing its thin cortical layer and dense core, and its articulation vs. the root of the same core density. 15. The longitudinal serrations on the posterior hook are evident. 16. A magnified view of an anterior hook depicting the pattern of the serrations.

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