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Enchodel Us Morgensis N. Sp. and Considerations On the Genus Rhyssocolpus Andrassy, 1971 (Nematoda: Dorylaimidae)

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Enchodelus morgensis n. sp. is described from the banks of Morges River, Switzerland. It is a small species with short odontostyle and conoid-arcuate tail in both sexes. It keys to E. brevidentatus Thorne, 1939 but is smaller, the hyaline part of the tail is much longer, and males are numerous. The genus Rhyssocolpus Andrássy, 1971 is synonymized with Enchodelus, since the main differentiating character, the wrinkled advulvar cuticle, is considered of no more than specific value. As a consequence, E. arcticus (Ebsary, 1984) is renamed E. ebsaryi because of homonymy.

Affiliations: 1: Agricultural University, Wageningen, Netherlands


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