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Three New Species of Carcharolaimus (Nematoda: Dorylaimidae)

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Carcharolaimus taurus n. sp., about 1.25 mm long, with vulva at 52-53%, has a cuticularised labial framework of 6 sectors, and blunt conoid tail longer than the anal body diameter. The male has 7 ventromedian supplements. C. multicostatus n. sp., about 1 mm long, with vulva at 53-57%, has a cuticularised labial framework with 48 ribs, blunt conoid tail equal in length to the anal body diameter. C. lucidus n. sp., about 1.7 mm long, with vulva at 51-55%, has a cuticularised labial framework of 12 sectors with denticles on the walls, blunt conoid tail equal in length to the anal body diameter; male with 5 to 7 ventromedian supplements. A small muscular bulb is present in the anterior part of the oesophagus of each of these species, most strongly developed in C. multicostatus.

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


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