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Kito, K.; Aryuthaka, C. (2006). New mouthless nematode of the genus Parastomonema Kito, 1989 (Nematoda: Siphonolaimidae) from a mangrove forest on the coast of Thailand, and erection of the new subfamily Astomonematinae within the Siphonolaimidae. Zootaxa. 1177: 39-49.
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Kito, K.; Aryuthaka, C.
2006
New mouthless nematode of the genus Parastomonema Kito, 1989 (Nematoda: Siphonolaimidae) from a mangrove forest on the coast of Thailand, and erection of the new subfamily Astomonematinae within the Siphonolaimidae
Zootaxa
1177: 39-49
Publication
NeMys doc_id: 17884

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A new species of mouthless nematode Parastomonema papillosum sp. nov. was described based on specimens collected in muddy sediments of a mangrove forest in Samut Songkhram, Thailand. Parastomonema papillosum sp. nov. is the second species of the genus and differs from the type species P. fijiense Kito, 1989 in having short body length ( 1.5-3.0 mm), short cephalic setae ( 1.5-2.6 mu m), and a weakly cuticularized gubernacular apophysis in the male. Astomonematinae subfam. nov. was erected for the two mouthless genera Astomonema and Parastomonema in the Siphonolaimidae based on the diagnostic feature of a degenerate alimentary canal and female reproductive system with paired ovaries.
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Astomonema Ott, Rieger, Rieger & Enderes, 1982 (identification resource)
Astomonematinae Kito & Aryuthaka, 2006 (original description)
Parastomonema Kito, 1989 (taxonomy source)
Parastomonema fijiensi Kito, 1989 (identification resource)
Parastomonema papillosum Kito & Aryuthaka, 2006 (original description)
Siphonolaimidae Filipjev, 1918 (taxonomy source)
Siphonolaimus de Man, 1893 (taxonomy source)
Solenolaimus Cobb, 1893 (taxonomy source)
 Etymology

The specific name papillosum refers to the minute papilliform sensilla on the head. [details]


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