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A survey of nematodes from the Ems estuary: Part 1. Systematics
Bouwman, L.A. (1981). A survey of nematodes from the Ems estuary: Part 1. Systematics. Zool. Jahrb., Abt. Syst. Ökol. Geogr. Tiere 108: 335-385, figures
In: Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abteilung für Systematik, Ökologie und Geographie der Tiere. Gustav Fischer: Jena ISSN 0044-5193
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  • Bouwman, L.A. (1983). A survey of nematodes from the Ems estuary: Part 1. Systematics. Systematics, ecology and feeding biology of estuarine nematodes 3: 15-66, more
  • Bouwman, L.A. (1981). A survey of nematodes from the Ems estuary: Part 1. Systematics. BOEDE Publicaties en Verslagen, 37. BOEDE: Texel. 52 pp., more

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  • Bouwman, L.A.

Abstract
    As part of extensive biological and chemical investigations in the Ems estuary a survey of the nematode fauna has been carried out. Altogether 121 different species were isolated from the tidal flats, the bottoms of the rivers Ems and Westerwoldsche A and as epifauna from some higher plants. The following species are new to science: Aegialoalaimus setosa, Eleutherolaimus amasi, Paracanthonchus sabulicolus and Trefusia multipapillatum . A new name, Paralinhomoeus flevensis , is proposed for Paralinhomoeus tenuicaudatus Stekhoven 1935. 3 species could not be identified and 1 of these, Paralinhomoeus sp., is probably a new one, though lack of sufficient specimens prevented presentation as a new species.

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