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Four New Species of Dorylaimoides

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Four species of Dorylaimoides are described, with lip regions set off, the two parts of the oesophagus separated by constriction, and short blunt conoid tails. D. websteri n. sp. has a relatively long slender spear. It is didelphic, and males have a ventromedian series of eight to twelve supplements. D. buccinator n. sp. has a relatively broad curved spear. It is didelphic, and the single male known has nine ventromedian supplements. D. mitis n. sp. has a small spear. It is monodelphic with twelve ventromedian supplements in the only known male. D. angustus n. sp. is a slender monodelphic species with short curved spear. Males have five to eight ventromedian supplements.

Affiliations: 1: C.S.I.R.O. Horticultural Research Section, Merbein, Victoria, Australia


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