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Bullaenema, a New Genus of the Belondirinae

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Bullaenema argutum, type species of a new genus of Belondirinae is described. B. argutum is about 1.5 mm long, distinguished from other members of the subfamily by the annulated cuticle, lobed, set off lip region with six well developed liplets, and spear longer than the width of the lip region. The female is didelphic with V = 50. Males have one to three (usually two) ventromedian supplements, widely spaced. Both sexes have bluntly rounded tails shorter than the anal body diameter.

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


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