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Filipjev, I. N. (1916). Free living nematodes in the collection of the Zoological Museum of the Imperial Academy of Sciences in Petrograd. Ezheg. zool. Muz., Petrograd. 21: 59-116.
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Filipjev, I. N.
1916
Free living nematodes in the collection of the Zoological Museum of the Imperial Academy of Sciences in Petrograd
Ezheg. zool. Muz., Petrograd
21: 59-116
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Locality: Murman Coast; NeMys doc_id: 3867; English translation by M.M.Haque, Amerind Publ. Co., New Delhi 1973: 1-55
NeMys doc_id: 4788
Locality: Murman Coast; Cabinet:
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Deontostoma Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Deontostoma antarcticum (von Linstow, 1892) Filipjev, 1916 (new combination reference)
Deontostoma arcticum (Ssaweljev, 1912) Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Deontostoma papillatum (von Linstow, 1903) Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Enoplus behringicus Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Enoplus crassus Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Enoplus maeoticus Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Leptosomatum arcticum Filipjev, 1916 accepted as Leptosomatides arcticus (Filipjev, 1916) (original description)
Leptosomatum behringicum Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Leptosomatum grebnickii Filipjev, 1916 accepted as Leptosomatides grebnickii Filipjev, 1916 (original description)
Paroncholaimus Filipjev, 1916 accepted as Pontonema Leidy, 1855 (original description)
Paroncholaimus papilliferus Filipjev, 1916 accepted as Pontonema papilliferum (Filipjev, 1916) Cobb & Steiner, 1916 (original description)
Paroncholaimus zernovi Filipjev, 1916 accepted as Pontonema zernovi (Filipjev, 1916) Cobb & Steiner, 1934 (original description)
Pontonema papilliferum (Filipjev, 1916) Cobb & Steiner, 1916 (ecology source)
Pontonema vulgare (Bastian, 1865) Filipjev, 1916 (new combination reference)
Pontonema zernovi (Filipjev, 1916) Cobb & Steiner, 1934 (ecology source)
Pseudocella pseudocella (Filipjev, 1927) Filipjev, 1946 (original description)
Synonchus acuticaudatus (Jägerskjöld, 1901) Filipjev, 1916 (new combination reference)