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This paper describes the frequency and number of Sphyrion laevigatum in the skin of Genypterus blacodes, an important economic resource in Chile. The analysis of a spatial distribution model indicated that the parasites tended to cluster. Variations in the number of parasites per host could be described by a negative binomial distribution. The maximum number of parasites observed per host was two.doi:10.1590/s1984-29612013000400024 pmid:24473889 fatcat:ya3ctl2k6vbsto2g27pqhhll7e