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Phylogenetic Tree of Secernentea. DIAPHANOCEPHALOIDEA. Frogs. Redeyed Leaf Frog. Chorus Frog. Rhabdias bufonis. A. Female B. Cephalic end C. Cephalic end, apical view D. Tail of female E. Male F. Tail of male G. Mature female. Gecko. Pharyngodon oceanicus

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    1. Phylogenetic Tree ofSecernentea

    2. DIAPHANOCEPHALOIDEA

    3. Frogs Redeyed Leaf Frog Chorus Frog

    4. Rhabdias bufonis A. Female B. Cephalic end C. Cephalic end, apical view D. Tail of female E. Male F. Tail of male G. Mature female

    5. Gecko

    6. Pharyngodon oceanicus Gecko intestine 1. Female 2. Cephalic end 3. Female tail 4. Male 5. Egg 6. Egg 7. Male tail, ventral view 8. Male tail, lateral view

    7. Brown Pelican

    8. Bursacetabulus pelecanus From Pelican, small intestine

    9. Flounder

    10. Margolisianum bulbosum Flounder, subcutaneous mouth and head, eye muscle

    11. Echinorhynchus lageniformis Flounder, intestine

    12. Lizard

    13. Skrjabinodon anolis Lizard, intestine 4. Female 5. Male

    14. Crabs Sally lightfoot Crab Spider Crab Coconut Crab

    15. Polymorphus sphaerocephalus In crab Cystacanths

    16. Crayfish=Crawfish

    17. Astacatrematula macrocotyle Unknown host, cysts on crayfish

    18. Litobothrium gracile Shark, spiral valve

    19. Snakes Rattlesnake Copperhead King Cobra

    20. Raillietiella furocerca a Snake, lung

    21. Alligator

    22. Sebekia mississippiensis From American alligator Alligator mississippiensis 1. Female, ventral view 2. Male, ventral view

    23. Rodents Guinea Pig Nutria Chipmunk

    24. Nippostrongylus brasiliensis Rodent, small intestine Cuticular ridges form the pattern of the synlophe of the species

    25. Gopherus polyphemys The gopher tortoise is an endangered. grazing animal native to the southeastern United States

    26. Chapinella chitwoodae Gopher tortoise, intestine Gopherus polyphemus

    27. Alligator Snapping Turtle

    28. Hapalorhynchusgracilis From: Snapping Turtle Chelydra serpentina 1. Dorsal view 2. Female genital complex 3. Ventral view

    29. Auridistomum georgiensis Snapping turtle, small intestine

    30. RED LEMUR

    31. Trematoda of Laboratory Primates Echinostoma Reptiliotrema Fasciola Fasciolopsis Haplorchis Metagonimus Phareropsolus Primatoma

    32. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Trematoda of Laboratory Primates 1. Athesmia 2. Brodenia 3. Cocinnum 4. Controrchis 5. Dicroecoelium 6. Euretrema 7. Leipertrema 8. Platysomum Ventral sucker Holdfast 9. Neodiplostomum 10. Artyfechinostomum

    33. Trematoda of Laboratory Primates Ogomocotyle Paragonimus Chiorchis Gastrodicoides Watsonius Schistosoma

    34. Catfish

    35. Dorsal Ventral Lateral Neoergasilus japonicum, Catfish, skin

    36. Smallmouth Bass

    37. Bolbogonotylus corkumi From muscle of Smallmouth bass metacercaria

    38. Rainbow Trout

    39. Triactinomyxon,waterborne spore Phylum Myxospora

    40. Bluespotted Stingray

    41. Echinocephalus janzeni FromStingray spiral intestine

    42. Monogeneans and Digeneans of Amphibian and Reptiles