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Spinitectus micracanthus Christian, 1972 from Lepomis macrochirus, Texas, scanning electron micrographs. (A) Anterior end of male, ventral view; (B) anterior end of female, ventral view (arrow indicates excretory pore); (C) anterior end of male, ventral view (arrow indicates excretory pore); (D, E) cephalic end of male, lateral and apical views, respectively; (F) tail tip of male, ventral view; (G) deirid; (H) cephalic end of male, subapical view; (I) posterior end of male tail with two posteriormost pairs of postanal papillae, ventrolateral view (arrows indicate phasmids). (d) deirid; (l) pseudolabium; (r) sublabium; (v) median caudal protuberance; (z) caudal ala.

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