How is the hepatic fluke similar in structure to the planaria and how is it different from it?

The body of the hepatic fluke and white planaria is flat;
The presence of a skin – muscle bag;
There are annular, longitudinal muscles;
In the internal structure – the digestive, reproductive, excretory and nervous systems of organs;

In the white planarian, the body is covered with cilia, while the liver fluke has no covering;
In white planaria – sense organs – eyes, tentacles, in liver flukes – no;
The white planarian has dorsal-abdominal muscles;
The presence of oral and abdominal suckers in the fluke.

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