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SEM of specimens of Neoechinorhynchus ponticus n. sp. from Chelon auratus from the Black Sea. 31. The proboscis and neck of a male specimen showing the comparatively smaller hooks than in N. personatus and one of the neck sensory pores (arrow). 32. An apical view of a proboscis showing the pore of the apical organ (arrow). 33. The longitudinally serrated anterior proboscis hook of a specimen. 34. Detail of the serration pattern on the hook shown in Figure 33. 35. Detail of the pebbled surface of the neck of a specimen. 36. Detail of the female gonopore.

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