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Longidorus dalmassoi sp. n. (Nematoda: Dorylaimoidea) from France

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A description is provided of Longidorus dalmassoi sp. n., a bisexual species associated with grasses in France. The species is characterised by a body length of 6.9-7.8 mm, slightly expanded and anteriorly flattened head region, symmetrically bilobed amphidial pouches, long odontostyle (152-163 mu m), spear guiding system with compensation sacks, conoid tail (39-52.5 mu m) with narrow, rounded terminus, males with short spicules (50-51 mu m) and a row of 15 or 16 supplements. Longidorus dalmassoi sp. n. (Nematoda: Longidoridae) provenant de France - Description est donnee de Longidorus dalmassoi sp. n., espece bisexuee associee a une vegetation herbacee, en France. Cette espece est caracterisee par une longueur du corps de 6,9-7,8 mm, une extremite anterieure legerement elargie et aplatie a l'avant, des poches amphidiennes symetriques et bilobees, un odontostyle long (152-163 mu m), un systeme de guidage du stylet comportant des sacs de compensation, une queue conoide (39-52,5 mu m) a extremite etroite et arrondie, des males a spicules courts (20-51 mu m) et pourvus d'une rangee de 15 ou 16 supplements.


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