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Fadeeva, N. P.; Mordukhovich, V. V. (2013). Some new and poorly known nematode species from the Sea of Japan. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 86-87: 119-123.
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10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.07.044 [view]
Fadeeva, N. P.; Mordukhovich, V. V.
2013
Some new and poorly known nematode species from the Sea of Japan
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
86-87: 119-123
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Diplopeltula tchesunovi sp. nov., Diplopeltoides holovachovi sp. nov. are described from the Sea of Japan from a depth of 1473 m. D. tchesunovi sp. nov. is characterized by developed cuticular cephalic capsule underlying amphids, and relatively longer branches of amphids. D. holovachovi sp. nov. is particularly characterized by its small body, cuticle with longitudinal striation, inverted hook-shaped small amphids without sclerotised amphideal plate and dissimilar in shape and size between sexes. Additional data are given on Diplopeltula belgica Vincx and Gourbault, 1992 and Diplopeltoides anatolii Voronov, 1982 found for the first time in deep Sea of Japan. The genera Diplopeltula (fam. Diplopeltidae) and Diplopeltoides (fam. Diplopeltoididae) were recorded in the Sea of Japan for the first time.
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Holotype FESTU MN 2563, geounit Sea of Japan, identified as Diplopeltoides holovachovi Fadeeva & Mordukhovich, 2013
Unknown type FESTU MN 3722, geounit Sea of Japan, identified as Diplopeltoides anatolii (Voronov, 1982) Tchesunov, 1990
Unknown type FESTU MN A3654, geounit Sea of Japan, identified as Diplopeltula belgica Vincx & Gourbault, 1992
Holotype FESTU MN A3661, geounit Sea of Japan, identified as Diplopeltula tchesunovi Fadeeva & Mordukhovich, 2013

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