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Notes On the Genus Dorylaimellus Cobb, 1913 (Nemata: Dorylaimoidea), With Descriptions of Four New Species

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A brief outline of the history and morphology of Dorylaimellus is given. The following nomen. clatorial changes are proposed: Dorylaimellus heterurus Schuurmans Stekhoven & Teunissen, 1938 becomes Dorylaimus heterurus (Schuurmans Stekhoven & Teunissen, 1938) new combination; Dorylaimellus multipapillatus Schuurmans Stekhoven & Teunissen, 1938 becomes a species inquirenda. Four new species are described and figured: Dorylaimellus directus n. sp. differs from D. montenegricus Andrássy, 1959 in the longer spear and longer basal expansion of the oesophagus; Dorylaimellus imitator n. sp. is closely related to D. bambesae de Coninck, 1962 and to D. andrassyi n. sp., but has small sclerotized pieces in the wall of the vagina; Dorylaimellus andrassyi n. sp. is distinguished by a ventrally arcuate tail; Dorylaimellus vexator n. sp. resembles in its general appearance the group of species D. tenuidens Thorne, 1939, D. occidentalis Thorne, 1939, D, montenegricus Andrássy, 1959 and D. directus n. sp., but has a short, relatively broad spear. A key is given to the recognized species of Dorylaimellus.

Affiliations: 1: Plant Protection Research Institute, Pretoria, South Africa


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