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Pharynx not tubular, usually variabilis. With separate mouth and genital openings. Ovary and vitellaria fully separate, without female accessory organs.


Baicalarctiidae Friedmann, 1926 (Separata)
Multipeniatidae Nasonov, 1927 (Separata)
Plagiostomidae Graff, 1908 (Separata)
Ulianiniidae Karling, 1963 (Separata)


Timoshkin (1986) removed the Baicalarctiidae to a subfamily of the Protomonotresidae (Combinata: Porporata), but Jondelius (in press) erected a new family Torgeidae with a single genus Torgea from northern Australia with mouth in the mid body.

Suborder Separata