Thysanozoon

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Thysanozoon
Yellow papillae flatworm (Thysanozoon nigropapillosum) (cropped).jpg
Yellow papillae flatworm ( Thysanozoon nigropapillosum ), Manta Ray Bay, Yap.
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Platyhelminthes
Class: Rhabditophora
Order: Polycladida
Suborder: Cotylea
Family: Pseudocerotidae
Genus: Thysanozoon
Grube, 1840

Thysanozoon is a genus of polyclad flatworms belonging to the family Pseudocerotidae.

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