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Haplopharyngids (Doe, 1981, Smith & Tyler unpublished observations), a microstomid (Reuter & Palmberg, 1983; Reuter personal communicattion), and triclads (Hori, 1978) shows they contain a bundle of centrioles, presumably centrioles differentiating into ciliary basal bodies. More important than the simple absence of mitosis in epidermal cells, therefore, is the process of epidermal replacement by kinetosomecontaining cells that originate in the parenchyma; and we would prefer to consider this character an autapomorphy for the phylum.

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ID) circumvents the lack of synapomorphies between the Acoelomorpha and the other groups by considering that lack to be a case of reduction and linking the Acoelomorpha with the Rhabditophora (Fig. lD, black bar). This is equivalent to 'alternative 2' of Karling (1974) and to Ehlers' (1984, 1985a, b) system and seems to be the one most systematists of the Turbellaria would support. With it, protonephridia, ciliary rootlet systems, and mode of epidermal cell replacement are considered homologous in the Catenulida and Rhabditophora.

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