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Crateronema N. Gen. (Crateronematidae N. Fam.), Poronemella N. Gen. (Lordellonematinae N. Sub-Fam.) and Chrysonemoides N. Gen. (Chrysonematidae N. Fam. ), With a Revised Classification of Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda)

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Crateronematidae n. fam. is proposed for the new genus Crateronema which is characterized by having a wide stoma and sclerotized anterior part of pharynx. Poronemella n. gen. is proposed for P, porifer (Loof, 1964) and P. amini n. sp. and is close to Lordelloyzema. Chrysonemoides n. gen. differs from Chrysonema in the arrangement of the labial papillae and the two genera constitute the new family Chrysonematidae. Dorylaimoidea comprising 65 valid genera is re-classified. Six new families and six new sub-families are proposed and five sub-families are upgraded.

Affiliations: 1: Commonwealth Bureau of Helminthology, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England


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