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Hemicycliophora Nyanzae N. Sp. Found in East Africa With a Key To the Species of Hemicycliophora De Man, 1921

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Hemicycliophora nyanzae n. sp. is described. This species was found in a sandy clay loam in a sugarcane field in Nyanza Province, Kenya. H. nyanzae is distinguished from all species in the genus but H. penetrans Thorne, 1955 by having two lateral lines as well as longitudinal lines on the sheath; it differs from H. penetrans in having fewer annules and being shorter. A key to the species of Hemicycliophora is devised, making the least possible use of tail shape.

Affiliations: 1: East African Agriculture and Forestry Research Organization, Kikuyu, Kenya


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