Aspidogastrea

The Aspidogastrea (Ancient Greek: ἀσπίς aspis `shield”, γαστήρ gaster `stomach/pouch”) is a small group of flukes comprising about 80 species. It is a subclass of the trematoda, and sister group to the Digenea. Species range in length from approximately one millimeter to several centimeters. They are parasites of freshwater and...
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Aspidogastrea

(from the article `flatworm`) ...endoparasites; no ciliated epidermis; body undivided; adhesive organs well-developed; life cycles generally complex with 2 or more hosts, about ...
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