Three species of acanthostomine digeneans, Anisocoelium capitellatum from the gall-bladder and Anisocladium fallax and A. gracilis from the intestine, are redescribed from the teleost Uranoscopus scaber in the western Mediterranean. The latter two species, which have in the past been confused and synonymised, are distinguished clearly on the basis of morphology, size and site.
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