Nematodes of the order Dorylaimida from Romania. The genus Enchodelus Thorne, 1939. 2. Species with rounded tail and medium-sized odontostyle

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Abstract

Four species of the genus Enchodelus, one new and three known, from natural areas in Romania are studied. Enchodelus parahopedoroides sp. n. is distinguished by its 1.44-1.64 mm long body, lip region offset by a marked depression and 17-18.5 μm in diam., odontostyle 26-29 μm or 1.5-1.6 lip region diam. long and 1.6-2.0% of total body length, odontophore 40-43 μm long and with distinct basal knobs and flanges, neck length 300-328 μm, pharyngeal expansion 120-130 μm long or 39-41% of total neck length, female genital system amphidelphic, uterus long and tripartite, pars refringens vaginae with two trapezoidal sclerotisations, V= 45-52, tail rounded conoid (20-24 μm long, c = 63-80, c′ = 0.6-0.8), spicules 59-67 μm long, and nine spaced ventromedian supplements starting shortly in front or at level of anterior end of spicules. Enchodelus lucinensis and E. ponorensis are redescribed based on a study of type material. Measurements and additional data are provided for E. longispiculus, which is reported from Romania for the first time.

Nematodes of the order Dorylaimida from Romania. The genus Enchodelus Thorne, 1939. 2. Species with rounded tail and medium-sized odontostyle

in Nematology

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