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Sectonema Procta N. Sp., and Pungentus Angulatus N. Sp., Two New Soil-Inhabiting Nematodes

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Sectonema procta n. sp., is 4.9-5.5 mm long; has very thick cuticle; about 200 lateral body pores arranged in a single row or irregularly; about 100 ventral body pores distributed between base of mural tooth and anus; about 15 dorsal body pores distributed between base of mural tooth and middle of esophagus; small egg one-third of body width long; rectum one and a half anal-body-widths long and males unknown. Pungentus angulatus n. sp., is 0.8-1.0 mm long; has spear about two head widths long; slender body (a = 46-52); short convex-conoid to bluntly rounded tail (c = 64-72); opisthodelphic reproductive organs; anterior uterine branch minute and males unknown.

Affiliations: 1: Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (U.P.), India


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