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Four different types of trypanorhynch postlarvae were found attached to the stomach mucosa, external stomach wall or free in the body cavity of two marine fishes from Madeira, namely blackscabbard fish, Aphanopus carbo and oceanic horse mackerel, Trachurus picturatus. Morphological features shown by SEM indicated that the postlarvae belonged to the species Tentacularia coryphaenae, Sphyriocephalus tergestinus, Nybetinia lingualis and possibly N. yamagutii. Prevalence [mean intensity (range)] ofdoi:10.1051/parasite/2003104325 pmid:14710629 fatcat:slkkqbafsbgazm77xqc4jodod4