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Sexual Dimorphism

Sexual Dimorphism in size usually slight (males smaller) but can be pronounced, especially in parasitic species (females 4 times the length of males); occasional Sexual Dimorphism in shape body color (females red, males pale) and shape, as well as gonad color.

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