?Histriobdellid

Bryan L. Brown idaho at appstate.campus.mci.net
Wed Jun 11 12:10:00 EST 1997


Branchiobdellid perhaps.  Meets the specifications you mentioned.  I am
currently doing my masters thesis on the little beasties.  If that is truly
what you found, mail me and let me know.  A good general text with
Branchiobdellid info is Thorp and Covich's North American Freshwater
Invertebrates.  Good Luck.

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 "Bryan L. Brown" <idaho at appstate.campus.mci.net>

> From: Harry A. ten Hove <hove at bio.uva.nl>
> To: nobody at net.bio.net
> Subject: ?Histriobdellid
> Date: Friday, June 06, 1997 9:54 AM

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