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Acanthocephalan Acanthogyrus (Acanthosentis) cf. tilapiae from Coptodon guineensis at Sebkha Imlili. Fresh preparations. A. Female worm (gravid). B. Male worm. C. Ellipsoid eggs in gravid female. D. Proboscis and anterior trunk (montage) of male worm. Note strong anterior hooks and abruptly smaller middle and posterior hooks as well as regular rows of spines that were lost and leave rosette marks on tegument. E. Posterior end of male worm showing terminal genital opening and everted copulatory bursa. F. Posterior end of female showing terminal genital opening.

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