Amphilinidea

Amphilinidea

[‚am·fə·lə′nid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of tapeworms in the subclass Cestodaria characterized by a protrusible proboscis, anterior frontal glands, and no holdfast organ; they inhabit the coelom of sturgeon and other fishes.
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We did not include separate columns for the species-poor groups Aspidobothrea, Gyrocotylidea, and Amphilinidea because so few characters have been described for these taxa that analysis of each group is uninformative.
Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the Amphilinidea Poche, 1922 (Platyhelminthes: Cercomeria: Cercomeromorpha).