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Huang, Y.; Zhang, Z. (2006). A new genus and three new species of free‐living marine nematodes from the Yellow Sea, China. Journal of Natural History. 40(1-2): 5-16.
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Huang, Y.; Zhang, Z.
2006
A new genus and three new species of free‐living marine nematodes from the Yellow Sea, China
Journal of Natural History
40(1-2): 5-16
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One new genus, Paramphimonhystrella gen. nov., and three new species of free-living marine nematodes in this genus, P. elegans sp. nov., P. minor sp. nov., and P. sinica sp. nov., are described and illustrated from the Yellow Sea, China. Paramphimonhystrella gen. nov. differs from the similar genus Amphimonhystrella by the elongated buccal cavity, cervical setae and large caudal glands. Paramphimonhystrella elegans sp. nov. is characterized by ovoid amphids and spicules with a small hook at distal end and cylindrical part of tail shorter than conical part. Paramphimonhystrella sinica sp. nov. is characterized by circular amphids, wide buccal cavity, spicules with blunt tip, and cylindrical part of tail longer than conical part. Paramphimonhystrella minor sp. nov. differs from the other two species by its smaller body (shorter than 800 mm), circular amphids, and spicules with sharp tip. The type species of this new genus is P. elegans gen. nov. and sp. nov. Types are deposited in the College of Marine Life Sciences, Ocean University of China.
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