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Descriptions of Cervidellus Serratus (Thorne, 1925) Thorne, 1937 From Sweden and C. Neftasiensis N. Sp. From Tunisia, With a Note On Some Recently Proposed Genera (Nematoda: Cephalobidae)

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Cervidellus serratus is described from specimens obtained from arable land in Sweden. Light and scanning electron microscope studies provide additional information on cephalic and labial organisation, and general morphology of the male. C. serratus and C. serricephalus are proposed as synonyms. C. neftasiensis n. sp. is described from specimens obtained from an oasis in Tunisia. The new species is distinguished from other species of Cervidellus by its small size. The relationships of Cervidellus to some genera, Acrobelophis, Ypsylonellus and Stegelletina, recently proposed by Andrássy are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: University of Stockholm, Department of Zoology, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden


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