Family Labicolidae Blair, 1979

Blair, D. (2005) Family Labicolidae Blair, 1979. In: Jones, A., Bray, R.A., and Gibson, D.I., (eds.) Keys to the Trematoda. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 381-382.

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[Extract] Blair (1979) erected the Labicolidae for Labicola elongatus Blair, 1979. This species lives in abscesses in the upper lip of a sirenian, the dugong Dugong, dugon (Muller), off Australia. Adult worms are unlike any other pronocephaloid taxon in their very elongate, cylindrical form and terminal mouth; superficially, they resemble nematodes.

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