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Dolichodorus Adelaidensis N. Sp. and Paralongidorus Eucalypti N. Sp. From S. Australia

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Dolichodorus adelaidensis n. sp. and Paralongidorus eucalypti n. sp., from S. Australia are described and figured. D. adelaidensis differs from D. heterocephalus, D. similis, D. profundus and D. silvestris by having a rounded tail, four lines in the lateral field and a preanal phasmid. From D. obtusus, it can be distinguished by the preanal position of the phasmid, the presence of spermathecae and the more anterior position of the excretory pore. Paralongidorus eucalypti n. sp. can be distinguished by four papillae at the amphid aperture extremities and by the very anterior position of the nerve ring and hemizonid.

Affiliations: 1: Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Adelaide, S. Australia


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