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Hope, W. D. (1977). Deontostoma coptochilus n. sp., a marine nematode (Leptosomatidae) from the foot cavity of the deep-sea anemone Actinuage longicornis (Verrill, 1882). Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington. 90: 946-962.
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Hope, W. D.
1977
Deontostoma coptochilus n. sp., a marine nematode (Leptosomatidae) from the foot cavity of the deep-sea anemone Actinuage longicornis (Verrill, 1882)
Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington
90: 946-962
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NeMys doc_id: 9773
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Deontostoma coptochilus, a new species of marine nematode (Leptosomatidae), is described. The specimens upon which the description is based were extracted from sediment within the foot cavity of the deepsea anemone Actinauge longicornis (Verrill, 1882) collected at 1,000 m depth off the coast of Uruguay. This is a new depth record for a species of this genus. The associations between various species of Deontostoma and other marine organisms is discussed.
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