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Andrássy, I. (1988). The superfamily Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda) - a review of the family Dorylaimidae. Opuscula Zoologica. 23: 3 - 63.
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Andrássy, I.
1988
The superfamily Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda) - a review of the family Dorylaimidae
Opuscula Zoologica
23: 3 - 63
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The family Dorylaimidae and the subfamilies Amphidorylaiminae, Prodorylaiminae, Dorylaiminae and Laimydorinae are characterized. 19 genera are defined and 224 valid species enumerated and presented in form of keys. Four new genera, Apodorylaimus (supplements, 5-8 arranged in pairs), Protodorylaimus (prerectum excessively long (15-25 anal diameters), slender body), Crocodorylaimus (conspicuous yellowish spots present around the basis of spear) and Halodorylaimus (amphidial aperture smaller than usual, haline forms) are proposed. Seven new species are described: Apodorylaimus bini, Dorylaimus numidicus, Dorylaimus fodori, Crocodorylaimus aequatorialis, Crocodorylaimus dimorphus, Mesodorylaimus kittenbergeri and Calodorylaimus densus. A. bini sp. nov. from India can be distinguished from A. congonensis by the longer body (1.2 - 1.7 mm), longer spear (24-26 mu m), longer and more sharply pointed tail (18-22 anal diameters) and, more numerous supplements (8) lying before spicula. D. numidicus sp. nov. from Algeria differs from D. afghanicus in having fewer supplements (22-27). D. fodori sp. nov. from India, differs from D. afghanicus in having a shorter and thinner spear (40-42 mu m; 5 mu m), a lower guiding ring and less numerous supplements. C. aequatorialis sp. nov. from Ecuador differs from C. dadayi in having a longer body (2.0-2.2 mm), longer spear (17-19 mu m), wider head (12 mu m), larger spermatozoa (15-17 mu m, one-third body width), longer spicula (54-58 mu m), more numerous supplements (17-22) and large flat subterminal blister. C. dimorphus sp. nov. from Vietnam can be distinguished from the smaller species of the genus in showing a sexual dimorphism in the length of spear and in having supplements just begining at the proximal end of the spicula. M. kittenbergeri sp. nov. from Kenya is distinguished from all known species of the genus by its short and characteristic female tail (dorsally curved digitate process). C. densus sp. nov. from India is easily distinguished from other members of the genus by the greater number (31) and arrangement of supplements. Several new combinations are proposed.
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Apodorylaimus Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Calodorylaimus densus Andrássy, 1988 accepted as Laimydorus densus (Andrássy, 1988) (original description)
Calodorylaimus mongolicus Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Crocodorylaimus Andrassy, 1988 (original description)
Crocodorylaimus aequatorialis Andrassy, 1988 (original description)
Crocodorylaimus dimorphus Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Crocodorylaimus maior Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Dorylaimidae de Man, 1876 (taxonomy source)
Dorylaimus Dujardin, 1845 (taxonomy source)
Dorylaimus fodori Andrassy, 1988 (original description)
Dorylaimus numidicus Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Laimydorus elephas Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Laimydorus pinguis Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Protodorylaimus Andrássy, 1988 (original description)
Holotype Private 11630, geounit India, identified as Dorylaimus fodori Andrassy, 1988
Holotype Private 11664, geounit Vietnam, identified as Crocodorylaimus dimorphus Andrássy, 1988
Holotype Private 11984, geounit South America, identified as Crocodorylaimus aequatorialis Andrassy, 1988

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