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The Use of Scanning Electron Microscopy in the Taxonomy of Panagrolaimus (Nematoda: Panagrolaimidae)

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It is proposed that certain species of Panagrolaimus can be discriminated on the basis of lip separation and morphology using scanning electron microscopy. The four proposed species described on such criteria are: P. superbus; P. detritophagus; P. rigidus; P. subelongatus. It is further proposed that P. subelongatus is not a synonym of P. superbus and that P. subelongatus is synonymous with P. obesus.

Affiliations: 1: Imperial College, Silwood Park, University of London, Reactor Centre, Ascot, Berks., U.K.


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