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Jörg Ott, Philipp Pröts & Florian Scharhauser. (2020). A new marine nematode, Catanema schiemeri sp. nov. (Desmodoroidea) with multiple prokaryotic symbionts. Acta ZooBot Austria. 157, 275–287.
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Jörg Ott, Philipp Pröts & Florian Scharhauser
2020
A new marine nematode, Catanema schiemeri sp. nov. (Desmodoroidea) with multiple prokaryotic symbionts
Acta ZooBot Austria
157, 275–287
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A new species of Stilbonematinae (marine free-living nematodes with ectosymbiotic bacteria), Catanema schiemeri n. sp. is described from subtidal sand in the Northern Adriatic near Rovinj, Croatia. In addition to the obligate coat of ectosymbiotic Gammaproteobacteria large stalked sulfur bacteria are found attached to the anterior body region of about 25% of the individuals. The new species is distinguished from its congeners by its size and a series of precloacal supplements in males.
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