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Two New Species of Acrobeles and a Redescription of the Type, a. Ciliatus Linstow, 1877

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Acrobeles ciliatus Linstow, 1877 is redescribed from specimens collected in Germany and The Netherlands. A. ensicaudatus n. sp. from Florida is distinguished by its sword-like tail, relatively large cephalic region, long membranous tine on one side of each cephalic probola, excretory pore about the twelfth annule and short postuterine sac. A. cbelatuJ n. sp., from Australia, is distinguished from other Acrobeles species by the possession of a subterminal spur on the labial probolae in addition to a pair of slender terminal spurs; apposition of the subterminal spur with the forward directed member of the terminal pair provides a claw-like appearance.

Affiliations: 1: National Agricultural Advisory Service, Starcross, Exeter, England; 2: Department of Nematology, University of California, Davis, California, U.S.A.


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