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Holmes, J. C. (1971). Two New Sanguinicolid Blood Flukes (Digenea) from Scorpaenid Rockfishes (Perciformes) of the Pacific Coast of North America. The Journal of Parasitology. 57(2): 209.
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Holmes, J. C.
1971
Two New Sanguinicolid Blood Flukes (Digenea) from Scorpaenid Rockfishes (Perciformes) of the Pacific Coast of North America
The Journal of Parasitology
57(2): 209
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The sanguinicolid trematodes Aporocotyle macfarlani and Psettarium sebastodorum are named and described from scorpaenid rockfishes. Aporocotyle macfarlani was found in 5 species of Sebastodes from shallow coastal waters of the State of Washington and the Province of British Columbia. Psettarium sebastodorum is reported from 11 species of Sebastodes from the same waters or those of the adjacent continental shelf. The reproductive system of Psettarium tropicum Manter, 1940, is redescribed from the type and paratypes. The generic relationships of sanguinicolids with a reticulate testis are discussed. Cardicola davisi and C. klamathensis are returned to Sanguinicola and C. alseae is transferred to that genus.
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Oregon, Washington, Vancouver Coast and Shelf for Aporocotyle macfarlani Holmes, 1971 
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