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The Genus Axonchium (Nematoda : Belondiridae) I. Morphology, Juvenile Stages, Diagnosis and List of Species

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This general introduction to the monographic study of the genus Axonchium gives an account of the morphology of adult stages, while numerical and some morphological data on juvenile stages are presented. Body size and shape, cuticle, epidermal chords and associated pores, lip region, amphids, feeding apparatus, digestive tract, nerve ring, tail and genital system are described. Inter- and to some extent also intraspecific variation of several characters are discussed. The diagnosis of the genus is emended, a list of valid species is given, five new synonyms are proposed and five species are considered as species inquirendae.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksunivesiteit Gent, Belgium

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1972-01-01
2016-12-09

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