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Gagarin, V. G.; Gusakov, V. A. (2014). Daptonema salinae Sp. n. (Nematoda, Monhysterida) from highly mineralized rivers of Lake EI'ton basin, Russia. Journal of Nematology. 24(1): 18-22.
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Gagarin, V. G.; Gusakov, V. A.
2014
Daptonema salinae Sp. n. (Nematoda, Monhysterida) from highly mineralized rivers of Lake EI'ton basin, Russia
Journal of Nematology
24(1): 18-22
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A new species of free-living nematode, Daptonema salinae sp. n., found in the sediments of highly mineralized rivers of Lake El'ton basin (Russia), is described and illustrated. D. salinae sp. n. is similar in the structure of the spicular apparatus to D. aquaedulcis (Gagarin, 1987) and D. vicinus (Riemann, 1966). From both the species it differs in the shorter body (L = 715-897 11m versus L = 1400-1650 11m in D. aquaedulcis and L = 1160-1220 11m in D. vicinus), absence of somatic setae and length of spicules (41-42 11m long versus 67 11m long in D. aquaedulcis and 34.0-37.5 11m long in D. vicinus).
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