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Huang, Y.; Zhang, Z. (2009). Two new species of Enoplida (Nematoda) from the Yellow Sea, China. Journal of Natural History. 43 (17-18), 1083-1092.
Huang, Y.; Zhang, Z.
Two new species of Enoplida (Nematoda) from the Yellow Sea, China
Journal of Natural History
43 (17-18), 1083-1092
NeMys doc_id: 17882
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Two new species of free-living marine nematodes Adoncholaimus chinensis sp. nov. and Bathylaimus huanghaiensis sp. nov. from the Yellow Sea, China are described and illustrated. Adoncholaimus chinensis sp. nov. is characterized by the gubernaculum with a slender apophysis; two files of seven to eight circumcloacal setae on each subventral side of body. Bathylaimus huanghaiensis sp. nov. is characterized by a cylindrical body and smooth cutical. The buccal cavity is relatively smaller than in other species of the genus Bathylaimus. The anterior buccal cavity has only one obvious dorsal tooth. The amphids are subspiral with 1.2 turns, posterior to the base of posterior buccal cavity. They also have a long three-jointed cephalic seta.
Adoncholaimus Filipjev, 1918 (taxonomy source)
Adoncholaimus chinensis Huang & Zhang, 2009 accepted as Admirandus multicavus Belogurov & Belogurova, 1979 (original description)
Adoncholaimus fuscus (Bastian, 1865) Filipjev, 1918 (taxonomy source)
Bathylaimus Cobb, 1894 (taxonomy source)
Bathylaimus australis Cobb, 1894 (taxonomy source)
Bathylaimus huaghaiensis Huang & Zhang, 2009 (original description)
Bathylaimus stenolaimus Schuurmans Stekhoven & De Coninck, 1933 (taxonomy source)
Tripyloides de Man, 1886 (taxonomy source)
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