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Myolaimus byersi n. sp. Parascaris Caenorhabditis Panagrolaimus Acrobeloides Myolaimus equorum elegans sp. nanus byersi n. sp. (clade 8) (clade 9) (clade 10) (clade 11) (clade 9) P0 P0 P0 P0 P0 AB AB P1 P1 AB P1 P1 AB P2 P1 2 AB 4 2 AB 4 P2 AB 2 AB 4 P2 EMS 2 AB 4 P3 P2 EMS P2 EMS 2 AB 4 EMS 4 AB 8 4 AB 8 P

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. cubaensis Steiner, 1935 11. Eucephalobus striatus (Bastian, 1865) Thorne, 1937 12. E. oxyuroides (de Man, 1876) Steiner, 1936 C. Subfamily Acrobelinae Thorne, 1937 13. Acrobeloides nanus (de Man, 1880) Anderson, 1968 14. Acrobeles mariannae Andrhssy, 1968 Syn. A. capensis Heyns, 1969, n. syn. 15. A

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oxygen tensions on Paramecium. Biol. Bull. Wood's Hole 78, 339-353. NICHOLAS, W. L. (1962). A study of a species of Acrobeloides (Cephalobidae) in laboratory culture. Nematologica 8, 99-109. NICHOLAS, W. L. & JANTUNEN, R. (1964). Caenorhabditis briggsae (Rhabditidae) under anaerobic conditions

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. III. Chemical and physical conditions; rate and nature of sedimentation; fauna. J. marine biol. Ass., U.K. 17, 325-358. NICHOLAS, W. L. (1962). A study of a species of Acrobeloides (Cephalobidae) in laboratory culture. Nematologica 8, 99-109.

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placed in cultures of M. potohikus, usually within a minute of placement: Me.rorbabditi.r littorals Yeates Panagrolaimus au.rtrali.r Yeates Acrobeloide.r .ryrti.raz.r Yeates Zeldia puntta Yeates Ere ptonenza in f latum Yeates T'akakia u>aipiakea Yeates Ethmolaimu.r sp. Eury.rtomina sp. Nygolaimu

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.; Mean=23 min.) and longest to finish Acrobeloides sp. (FT=38-51 min.; Mean=44 min.). PTC-II: Migratory juaeniles (sedentary endoparasites) (Table IIIB) Heterodera mothi was predated to the greatest extent (FW=87%) and Anguina tritici least (FW=83%). Aporcelaimellus nivalis attacked Meloidogyne incognita

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Mediterranea 17, 27-29. BOSTRÖM, S. (1991). Mesorhabditis minuta n. sp. from Greece (Nematoda: Rhabditidae). Revue de Nématologie 14, 119-122. BOSTRÖM, S. & GYDEMO, R. (1983). Intraspecific variability in Acrobeloides nanus (de Man) Anderson (Nematoda, Cephalobidae) and a note on external morphology. Zoologica

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cheilostome sclerotized as a closed, inverted triangle around the triangular mouth opening has already been described by Thorne (1925, 1937). - The large labial probolae are similar to those found in a cephalobid iden- tified as Acrobeloides by Sauer (1985); the absence of tangential ridges is also noticed in

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parasite in Zeldia adontocephala, Psettdoacrobeles v?riabili.r, three Acrobeloide.r spp., and Aphelenchoide.r parietinus, He believed the parasite (or parasites) infected the host orally and he considered it surprising that infection could occur through the stylet of A. parietinu.r. Steiner's spore

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far adulte Individuen folgende Reihung der Warmestarre-Punkte geben: Mon- hystera aenariensis 38, 5-40°, Dorylaimus obtusicaudatus 39-40°, Diploscapter coronatus 40°, Acrobeles ciliatus 40, 3-43, 5°, Cephalobus buchneri 44-45°, Mesodorylaimus hof- maenneri 44, 5°, Acrobeloides conilabiatus 44, 5

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