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Botelho, A. P.; Da Silva, M. C.; Esteves, A. M.; Fonseca-Genevois, V. (2007). Four new species of Sabatieria Rouville, 1903 (Nematoda, Comesomatidae) from the Continental Slope of Atlantic Southeast. Zootaxa. 1402: 39–57.
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Botelho, A. P.; Da Silva, M. C.; Esteves, A. M.; Fonseca-Genevois, V.
2007
Four new species of Sabatieria Rouville, 1903 (Nematoda, Comesomatidae) from the Continental Slope of Atlantic Southeast
Zootaxa
1402: 39–57
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NeMys doc_id: 17131
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Sabatieria is the most abundant genus along the Campos Basin, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Four new species of Sabatieria (Nematoda-Comesomatidae) from the Continental Slope of Atlantic Southeast are described. Sabatieria spiculata sp.nov. is characterized by the size of spicule and the presence of dorsal tooth ; S. paraspiculata sp. nov. by tail shape and the maximum diameter; S. bitumen sp. nov. by spicule shape with an arrow-like distal part and the S. subrotundicauda sp.nov. by a round tail and reflected ovary.
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