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Interspecific differences in the fine structure of the body cuticle of Trichodoridae Thorne, 1935 (Nematoda: Diphtherophorina) and review of anchoring structures of the epidermis

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Examination of the fine structure of the body cuticle of Trichodorus cylindricus , T. nanjingensis, T. pakistanensis , T. primitivus, Paratrichodorus anemones , P.hispanus , P.minor , P.pachydermus , P.porosus and P.teres revealed three distinct types, each characterised by differences in layers 4 to 6. A new description is provided for layer 5 and the presence of intracuticular canals and hemidesmosomes as types of anchoring structures for the epidermis are discussed.


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