Lobatostoma

Alves, Philippe V., Vieira, Fabiano M., Santos, Cláudia P., Scholz, Tomáš & Luque, José L., 2015, A Checklist of the Aspidogastrea (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda) of the World, Zootaxa 3918 (3), pp. 339-396: 354

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3918.3.2

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:53D764C6-8AA8-4621-9B2B-DB32141CA0D7

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/0392BB27-FFE4-FFDA-FF0E-FE0ACD8195C0

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Lobatostoma
status

 

Lobatostoma  sp.

Argopecten purpuratus  (Bivalvia); marine; digestive gland (encapsulated); SPO; Chile (South America)

( Oliva & Sánchez 2005; Muñoz & Olmos 2008).

Balistes capriscus  (Actinopterygii); marine; intestine; SAOAbout SAO; Brazil (South America) ( Alves et al. 2005).

Donax variabilis  (Bivalvia); marine; visceral mass; NAO; USA (North America) ( Hopkins 1958; Yamaguti

1963).

Remark: Sparks (1960) considered this aspidogastrid as L. ringens  .

Menticirrhus americanus  (Actinopterygii); marine; intestine; SAOAbout SAO; Brazil (South America) (Chaves &

Luque 1999).

Octopus vulgaris  (Cephalopoda); marine; crop and stomach; IO; South Africa (Africa) (Smales & Buchan

1981; Bray 1984).

Remark: Immature form. Probably, the aspidogastrids were ingested along with the prey ( Smales & Buchan 1981).

Trachinotus falcatus  (Actinopterygii); marine; intestine; NAO; Ghana (Africa) (Fitchal & Thomas 1972).

SAO

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