Monks S, y G. Pulido-Flores. 2008. A new species of Dollfusentis Golvan, 1969 (Palaeacanthocephala: Illiosentidae) in Eugerres plumieri from Bahía de Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Zootaxa 1853:45-56. ISSN 1175-5334.
A new species, Dollfusentis salgadoi n. sp., is described from Eugerres plumieri, Bahía de Chetumal, Quintana Roo, México. The new species is most similar to D. bravoae, but has 1719 hooks per longitudinal row on the proboscis (excluding the ventral crescent), longer lemnisci (2250391, n=44), testes that are longer and wider (32238, n= 25 long and 17629, n= 25 wide), and a uterine bell that is smaller (28961, n= 23 long and 8024, n= 23 wide). Dollfusentisbravoae has 1617 hooks per longitudinal row on the proboscis, shorter lemnisci (2015516, n=9), testes that are shorter and not as wide (21846, n= 6 long and 13624, n= 6), and a uterine bell that is larger (32164, n= 4 long and 7833, n=4 wide). Adults of all other known species of the genus inhabit the intestine of their host, but adults of D. salgadoi n. sp.inhabit the rectum of its host