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Raes, M.; Vanreusel, A.; Decraemer, W. (2003). Epsilonematidae (Nematoda) from a cold-water coral environment in the Porcupine Seabight, with a discussion on the status of the genus Metaglochinema Gourbault & Decraemer, 1986. Hydrobiologia. 505 (1), 49-72.
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Raes, M.; Vanreusel, A.; Decraemer, W.
2003
Epsilonematidae (Nematoda) from a cold-water coral environment in the Porcupine Seabight, with a discussion on the status of the genus Metaglochinema Gourbault & Decraemer, 1986
Hydrobiologia
505 (1), 49-72
Publication
NeMys doc_id: 17871
from NeMys (Epsil2003.pdf); NeMys doc_id: 13438

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Thirteen species of nematodes from the family Epsilonematidae Steiner, 1927 were found to be associated witha cold-water coral reef in the Porcupine Seabight. Among them, four species were already known from various locations such as Chile and Papua New Guinea. Three new species are described here: Glochinema trispinatum sp. n. is recognized by three dorsal thorns in the pharyngeal region. Th is species was also recovered from the Antarctic shelf. Epsilonema multispiralum sp. n. is characterised by a multispiral amphid consisting of 3.25 coils. Bathyepsilonema lopheliae sp. n. is characterised by its body length, the position and relative width of the amphids and the nature of the cuticular ornamentation. Within the subfamily Glochinematinae Lorenzen, 1974, the number and arrangement of ambulatory setae is considered not to be of diagnostic importance. The former species Metaglochinema strigosum Gourbault & Decraemer, 1993 is therefore classified under the genus Glochinema Lorenzen, 1974. The original genus diagnosis of Metaglochinema, now a monotypic genus, is adjusted. The geographic distribution of epsilonematid nematodes is briefly discussed.
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Bathyepsilonema brachycephalum Steiner, 1931 (taxonomy source)
Bathyepsilonema lopheliae Raes, Vanreusel & Decraemer, 2003 (original description)
Bathyepsilonema spongiosum Clasing, 2005 (taxonomy source)
Epsilonema cygnoides (Metschnikoff, 1867) (taxonomy source)
Epsilonema margaritatum Decraemer & Gourbault, 1987 (taxonomy source)
Epsilonema meunierorum Decraemer & Gourbault, 1987 (taxonomy source)
Epsilonema multispiralum Raes, Vanreusel & Decraemer, 2003 (original description)
Epsilonematidae Steiner, 1927 (taxonomy source)
Epsilonematinae Steiner, 1927 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema agile Lorenzen, 1974 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema bathyperuvensis Neira, Gad, Arroyo & Decraemer, 2001 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema chilense Lorenzen, 1974 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema kentrosaurides Gad, 2002 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema phaleratum Gourbault & Decraemer, 1993 (taxonomy source)
Glochinema trispinatum Raes, Vanreusel & Decraemer, 2003 (original description)
Glochinematinae Lorenzen, 1974 (taxonomy source)
Keratonematinae Gourbault & Decraemer, 1986 (taxonomy source)
Metaglochinema Gourbault & Decraemer, 1986 (taxonomy source)
Metaglochinema globicephalum Gourbault & Decraemer, 1986 (taxonomy source)
Metaglochinema strigosum Gourbault & Decraemer, 1993 accepted as Glochinema strigosum (Gourbault & Decraemer, 1993) Raes, Vanreusel & Decraemer, 2003 (taxonomy source)
Triepsilonema Decraemer, 1982 (taxonomy source)
Triepsilonema tripapillata Decraemer, 1982 (taxonomy source)

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