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Mian HUANG, Yan SUN and Yong HUANG. (2018). Dorylaimopsis heteroapophysis sp. nov. (Comesomatidae: Nematoda) from the Jiaozhou Bay of China. Cahiers de Biologie Marine. 59 : 607-613.
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Mian HUANG, Yan SUN and Yong HUANG
2018
Dorylaimopsis heteroapophysis sp. nov. (Comesomatidae: Nematoda) from the Jiaozhou Bay of China
Cahiers de Biologie Marine
59 : 607-613
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A new species of free-living marine nematode of the genus Dorylaimopsis is described from the sublittoral sediment of the Jiaozhou Bay of Qingdao, China. Dorylaimopsis heteroapophysis sp. nov. is characterized by the cuticle punctuated in transverse lines with lateral differentiation of three longitudinal rows of larger dots in the pharyngeal and caudal regions and two longitudinal rows of larger dots in the rest of body. Labial sensilla very short. Four cephalic setae 4-5.5 µm long. Buccal cavity cylindrical with three cuticularised teeth. Amphideal fovea multi-spiral, 2.5-3 turns. Spicules arcuate, 1.8-2 abd long, cephalated proximal end with short median cuticularized strip. Gubernaculum with two unequalsized dorso-caudally apophyses, right one short and left one longer. 11-12 fine tubular precloacal supplements. Tail conicocylindrical with enlarged tip. An updated dichotomous key is provided for the 22 valid species of Dorylaimopsis.
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Yellow Sea for Dorylaimopsis heteroapophysis Huang, Sun & Huang, 2018  (origin: native)
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Interim unpublished name - Name introduced in the online-only Cahiers de Biologie Marine without a ZooBank number ... [details]


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