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Oriverutus Lobatus Gen. N., Sp. N. and Sicaguttur Sartum Gen. N., Sp. N. (Nematoda: Dorylaimoidea) From Cultivated Soils in Africa

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Oriverutus gen. n. differs from Eudorylaimus in having large amphids, long dorsal gland duct, anterior position of the outlets of the subventral glands in the oesophageal enlargement and glandular tissue forming a collar around the cardia. O. lobatus sp. n. is described from soil around roots of Oryza saliva in Ibadan, Nigeria. Eudorylaimus sundarus, E. hastatus and Longidorella impar are transferred to Oriverutus, and Tylencholaimus hastatus is renamed as Oriverutus hastulatus nom. nov. Sicaguttur gen. n. is similar to Thornenema but has narrow lateral hypodermal chords, two ovaries and a pointed, heavily sclerotized lip region. S. sartum sp. n. is described from soil around roots of Citrus nobilis and Oryza sativa in Abu Naama, Central Sudan. A new structure, the endolid, is found in the subventral sector of the oesophageal lining at some distance in front of the nerve ring in Sicaguttur and several other dorylaimid genera.

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


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