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Gagarin, V. G.; Tu, N. D. (2014). Paracomesoma minor sp. n. and Microlaimus validus sp. n. (Nematoda) from the coast of Vietnam. Zootaxa. 3856(3): 366-374.
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10.11646/zootaxa.3856.3.4 [view]
urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:EED65F9D-B55B-4152-A9E1-36BD4E6F9E19 [view]
Gagarin, V. G.; Tu, N. D.
2014
<em>Paracomesoma</em> <em>minor</em> sp. n. and <em>Microlaimus</em> <em>validus</em> sp. n. (Nematoda) from the coast of Vietnam
Zootaxa
3856(3): 366-374
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Two nematode species isolated from sediments of the littoral zone of South China Sea on the coast of Vietnam are described and illustrated. Paracomesoma minor sp. n. is closely related to P. elegans Gagarin & Thanh, 2009 and P. lissum Gagarin & Thanh, 2009. It differs from the former species in the shorter body, longer and more slender tail, longer cephalic setae and shorter spicules, and from the latter species in the shorter body, longer cephalic setae, presence of cervical setae and smaller number of precloacal supplements in males. Microlaimus validus sp. n. is morphologically closest to M. citrus Gerlach, 1959 and M. nanus Blome, 1982 and differs from both species in the longer body, relatively shorter pharynx and relatively shorter and thicker tail.
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Microlaimus validus Gagarin & Thu, 2014 (original description)
Paracomesoma minor Gagarin & Tu, 2014 (original description)
South China Sea for Microlaimus validus Gagarin & Thu, 2014 
South China Sea for Paracomesoma minor Gagarin & Tu, 2014 
Holotype RAS 102/38, geounit South China Sea, identified as Paracomesoma minor Gagarin & Tu, 2014
Holotype RAS 102/40, identified as Microlaimus validus Gagarin & Thu, 2014
 Etymology

The specific epithet means “strong”, “valid”. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet means “small” or “small size”. [details]


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