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2010Revision of Benedeniella Johnston, 1929 (Monogenea: Capsalidae), its assignment to Entobdellinae Bychowsky, 1957 and comments on subfamilial compositionWhittington, I.
2010Three new species of Benedenia Diesing, 1858 from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia with a key to species of the genusDeveney, M.; Whittington, I.
2009Malalophus jensenae n. g., n. sp. (Monogenea: Monocotylidae) from the gills of Aetomylaeus vespertilio (Myliobatidae) off northern AustraliaChisholm, L.; Whittington, I.
2008Egg-laying patterns and in vivo egg production in the monogenean parasites Heteraxine heterocerca and Benedenia seriolae from Japanese yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiataMooney, A.; Ernst, I.; Whittington, I.
2009Dendromonocotyle urogymni sp nov (Monogenea, Monocotylidae) from Urogymnus asperrimus (Elasmobranchii, Dasyatidae) off eastern AustraliaChisholm, L.; Whittington, I.
2007Review of the Capsalinae (Monogenea : Capsalidae)Chisholm, L.; Whittington, I.
2007Revision of Entobdella Blainville in Lamarck 1818, with special emphasis on the nominal (type) species Entobdella hippoglossi (Muller, 1776) Blainville 1818"" (Monogenea : Capsalidae : Entobdellinae) from teleost flatfishes with descriptions of three new species and a new genusKearn, G.; Whittington, I.; Evans-Gowing, R.
2007Experimental infections, using a fluorescent marker, of two elasmobranch species by unciliated larvae of Branchotenthes octohamatus (Monogenea: Hexabothriidae): invasion route, host specificity and post-larval developmentGlennon, V.; Chisholm, L.; Whittington, I.
2007The oncomiracidium of Nasicola klawei (Monogenea : Capasalidae : Capsalinae)Chisholm, L.; Whittington, I.
2007Efficacy of orally administered praziquantel against Zeuxapta seriolae and Benedenia seriolae (Monogenea) in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandiWilliams, R.; Ernst, I.; Chambers, C.; Whittington, I.