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The parasitic monogenoid Dactylogyrus sphyrnoides Gussev, 1976 was recorded for the first time on the gills of the Near Threatened freshwater fish Tor tor (Hamilton, 1822) that was collected in northeastern India. Dactylogyrus sphyrnoides was originally described from specimens infecting the gills of Barbus sarana Hamilton, 1822 in southern India. Our specimens conform to the original description of the species in all morphometric characteristics. Our report establishes a new host anddoi:10.15560/12.3.1914 fatcat:fbjsydfu3rdvffvptr45idy7wy