Gigantolina magnaKlaus Rohde
The species has been recorded from the western parts of the Indian Ocean to the Great Barrier Reef. Maximum length is 160 mm, maximum width 15 mm. Its hosts are marine fishes, Plectorhinchus and Diagramma (family Haemulidae). The life cycle has not yet been worked out.
Dubinina, M.N. (1982). Parasitic worms of the class Amphilinida (Platyhelminthes). "Nauka", Leningrad (in Russian). (Older references therein).
University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia
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