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Eveleigh, E. S. (1982). Two new species of Paractinolaimus Meyl, 1957 (Nematoda: Paractinolaimidae) from the Mackenzie and Porcupine river systems, Northwest Territories, Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 60(2): 158-164.
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10.1139/z82-020 [view]
Eveleigh, E. S.
1982
Two new species of Paractinolaimus Meyl, 1957 (Nematoda: Paractinolaimidae) from the Mackenzie and Porcupine river systems, Northwest Territories, Canada
Canadian Journal of Zoology
60(2): 158-164
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Two new species of dorylaim nematodes, Paractinolaimus spanithelus n. sp. and Paractinolaimus longidrilus n. sp., from aquatic habitats are described and illustrated. The main differential characteristics of P. spanithelus are the small number of widely spaced supplements (12), length of sperms (9- 10 km), bluntly rounded convex-conoid shape of the male tail, and the number of pairs of caudal papillae in both sexes. Paractinolaimus longidrilus is distinguishable from closely related species by the spicule length (83 km), the heavily cuticularized lateral guiding pieces that are broadly rounded distally, the number of pairs of caudal papillae (1 1) in the male, and the number of submedian ventral papillae (13) in the male.
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