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Allgén, C. A. (1942). Die freilebenden Nematoden des Mittelmeeres. Zool. Jb. (Systematik). Band 76, Heft 1/2: 1-102.
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Allgén, C. A.
1942
Die freilebenden Nematoden des Mittelmeeres
Zool. Jb. (Systematik)
Band 76, Heft 1/2: 1-102
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Locality: Mittelmeer; Cabinet:; NeMys doc_id: 3808
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Cyatholaimus spirophorus De Man, 1876 accepted as Cyatholaimus gracilis (Eberth, 1863) Bastian, 1865 (source of synonymy)
Cyatholaimus sunesoni Allgén, 1942 accepted as Paracanthonchus sunesoni (Allgén, 1942) Wieser, 1954 (original description)
Enoplus leydigii Eberth, 1863 (taxonomy source)
Enoplus minor (Marion, 1870) accepted as Enoplus striatus Eberth, 1863 (taxonomy source)
Euchromadora mediterranea Allgén, 1942 accepted as Protochromadora mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Inglis, 1969 accepted as Graphonema mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Warwick & Coles, 1975 (original description)
Graphonema mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Warwick & Coles, 1975 (original description)
Microlaimoides Allgen, 1942 (original description)
Microlaimoides weberi Allgen, 1942 accepted as Synonema obtusicaudatum (de Man, 1889) Gerlach, 1963 (original description)
Odontophora paratenuicaudata Allgén, 1942 (original description)
Paracanthonchus sunesoni (Allgén, 1942) Wieser, 1954 (ecology source)
Prochromadorella kryptospiculum (Allgén, 1942) Wieser, 1954 (original description)
Protochromadora mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Inglis, 1969 accepted as Graphonema mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Warwick & Coles, 1975 (ecology source)
Protochromadora mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Inglis, 1969 accepted as Graphonema mediterranea (Allgén, 1942) Warwick & Coles, 1975 (original description)
Tricoma maxima (Schepotieff, 1907) (additional source)
Tricoma maxima (Schepotieff, 1907) (original description)
Antarctic Ocean for Tricoma maxima (Schepotieff, 1907) 
Mediterranean Sea for Cyatholaimus spirophorus De Man, 1876 
Mediterranean Sea for Microlaimella weberi (Allgen, 1942) Wieser, 1954 
Mediterranean Sea for Microlaimoides weberi Allgen, 1942 
Mediterranean Sea for Tricoma maxima (Schepotieff, 1907) 

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