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Studies On Mononchida Xi. Two New Species of Iotonchus, Cobbonchus Indicus N. Sp. and Anatonchus Ginglymodontus Mulvey, 1961

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Three new and a known species of Mononchida are described, viz., two of Iotonchus, one Cobbonchus and Anatonchus ginglymodontus. Iotonchus longicaudatus n. sp. is closely related to I. trichurus and I. chantaburensis but has apex of dorsal tooth in anterior half of buccal cavity. Iolonchus coomansi n. sp. differs from the closely related I. antedontus in having a smaller body and in the posterior position of amphids. Cobbonchus indicus n. sp. comes close to C. ockerti but differs in characters of lip region and tail. Anatonchus ginglymodontus is redescribed with the first record of its male.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Survey of India, Calcutta, India; 2: Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India


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