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Botelho, A.P.; da Silva, M.C.; Sobral, L.D.T.; Fonsêca-Genevois, V. (2009). Two new species of Sabatieria Rouville (Nematoda: Comesomatidae) with conical–cylindrical tails, from Campos Basin, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Zootaxa, 2096, 82–98.
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Botelho, A.P.; Da Silva, M.C.; Sobral, D.T.L.; Fonseca-Genevois, V.G.
2009
Two new species of Sabatieria Rouville (Nematoda: Comesomatidae) with conical-cylindrical tails, from Campos Basin, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Zootaxa
2096: 82–98
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NeMys doc_id: 17667
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Sabatieria is the most abundant nematode genus on the Campos Basin continental slope. Two new species are described here. Sabatieria exilis sp. n. has a small rounded head and a narrow pharynx with a cuticularized anterior end. Sabatieria fidelis sp. n. has a short outstretched testis, spicules directed ventrally and shaped like the tip of a dropper, the gubernaculum with a v-shaped cuticularized area in the distal part, short cephalic and somatic setae, and a longer tail.
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