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Three new and one known species of the genus Enchodelus Thorne, 1939 (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from India

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Three new and one known species of the genus Enchodelus are described and illustrated from India. Enchodelus bongersi sp. n. has 1.3-1.7 mm long body; lip region offset by constriction; amphid with duplex fovea; odontostyle 13.5-14.5 μm long; rod-like odontophore lacking basal swellings or flanges, and conoid, ventrally curved, tail with finely rounded terminus. Enchodelus tropicus sp. n. has 0.97-1.11 mm long body; lip region offset by depression; amphids with duplex fovea; odontostyle 15-16 μm long; odontophore simple, rod-like, lacking basal flanges; vagina with well developed pars refringens and conoid, ventrally curved tail with finely rounded terminus. Enchodelus meghalayensis sp. n. has 0.97-1.19 mm long body; lip region offset by depression; amphids stirrup-shaped; odontostyle 12-13 μm long; odontophore simple, rod-like, lacking basal flanges; pars refringens vaginae absent; spicules 40-46 μm long; 4-6 irregularly spaced ventromedian supplements and conoid, ventrally curved tail with finely rounded terminus. Enchodelus zonatus is redescribed together with the first report of its male.

Affiliations: 1: Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202002, India; 2: Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202002, India;, Email: ahmadwasim57@yahoo.co.in

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2007-09-01
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