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Nematodes of the order Dorylaimida from Andalucía Oriental, Spain. Two new species of the genus Carcharodiscus Andrássy, 1991, with a key to its species

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Two new species of the genus Carcharodiscus are described from southeastern Spain. Carcharodiscus procerus sp. n. is characterised by: a very slender (a = 52 - 62) body 1.67 - 2.17 mm long, lip region offset by constriction and 17 - 18 μm diam., anterior portion of the cheilostome 12 - 13× 7.0- 7.5 μm with abundant denticles on its walls, odontostyle 10 - 12 μm long or ca 66% of the lip region diam., presence of a dorsal cell chord behind the cardia, female genital system amphidelphic, vulva longitudinal and somewhat posterior (V = 52 - 58), presence of cuticular irregularities near the vulva area, tail rounded conoid (22 - 28 μm; c = 70 - 83; c′ = 1.0 - 1.2), and male unknown. Carcharodiscus olearum sp. n. is distinguished by its very slender (a = 51 - 55) and long (L = 2.36 2.79 mm) body, lip region offset by deep constriction and 22 - 27 μm in diam., anterior portion of the cheilostome 16.5- 18.0 × 8.0- 9.5 μm with abundant denticles on its walls, odontostyle 16.0- 17.5 μm long or 0.7 to 0.8 times the lip region in diam., presence of a dorsal cell chord behind the cardia, female genital system amphidelphic, vulva longitudinal and somewhat posterior (V = 50 - 58), tail rounded conoid (25 - 28 μm; c = 89 - 99; c′ = 0.8- 0.9), and male unknown. Carcharolaimus eximius is transferred to Carcharodiscus. A list of the species of the genus and key to their identification are also provided.

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