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Oostenbrinkia Oostenbrinki N.Gen., N.Sp. (Nematoda : Aulolaimoididae) From Marathwada, India

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Oostenbrinkia oostenbrinki n.gen., n.sp. is described from soil around the roots of a grass, Cynodon dactylon Pers. It differs from Aulolaimoides Micoletzky, 1914 in having amphidelphic gonads, vulva in the middle of the body and a cylindrical tail. Systematic position of the genus Aulolaimoides is discussed and the family Aulolaimoididae Jairajpuri, 1964 is accepted for the accomodation of Aulolaimoides and Oostenbrinkia n.gen. under Dorylaimoidea.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India


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