A new species, Pulluterina karachiensis, is described from the common pigeon Columba livia Gmelin in Karachi. The new species is characterized by possessing small suckers; a longer neck; fewer testes, smaller in size, and the comparatively smaller size of ova. This is the second species of the genus from Pakistan and third in the literature.
GHAZI, RAFIA REHANA; KHATOON, NASIRA; MANSOOR, SOFIA; and BILQEES, FATIMA MUJIB (2002) "Pulluterina karachiensis sp.n. (Cestoda: Anaplocephalidae) from the Wild Pigeon Columba livia Gmelin," Turkish Journal of Zoology: Vol. 26: No. 1, Article 3. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/zoology/vol26/iss1/3