WoRMS name details

Trichotheristus Wieser, 1956

2470  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:2470)

 unaccepted (Aryuthaka, C & Kito, K. 2018)
Genus
marine
Wieser, W. (1956). Free-living marine nematodes III. Axonolaimoidea and Mohysteroidea. <em>Acta Univ Lund N. F. Avd.</em> 2. Bd 52. Nr 13: 1-115. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Taxonomic remark Daptonema chonispiculum sp. n. and D. phuketense sp. n. are described from the Ban Pa Khlok seagrass bed, Phuket Province,...  
Taxonomic remark Daptonema chonispiculum sp. n. and D. phuketense sp. n. are described from the Ban Pa Khlok seagrass bed, Phuket Province, Thailand. Daptonema chonispiculum sp. n. is characterized by spicules with funnel-shaped proximal ends, and D. phuketense sp. n. is unique in having the third caudal gland filled with fibrous contents. Each new species also differs from most related species in body length, de Man’s indices, length of the cephalic setae and somatic/cervical setae, distance of the amphids from the anterior of the body, and length of the spicules. The new species most closely resemble D. hirsutum, D. platonovae, and D. robustum, with similar body lengths, long cervical setae located in the anterior pharyngeal region, small amphids, L-shaped spicules and a gubernaculum with a long dorso-caudal apophysis. Regarding the taxonomic status of Daptonema and Trichotheristus, we agree with the synonymization of Trichotheristus with Daptonema by Tchesunov (1990), based on taxonomic review of Trichotheristus and a comparison of the diagnostic features separating the genera. We propose a new combination, Daptonema galeatum comb. n., and a new name, Daptonema nearticulatum sp. n. for Trichotheristus articulatus Huang & Zhang, 2006. [details]
Bezerra, T.N.; Eisendle, U.; Hodda, M.; Holovachov, O.; Leduc, D.; Mokievsky, V.; Peña Santiago, R.; Sharma, J.; Smol, N.; Tchesunov, A.; Venekey, V.; Zhao, Z.; Vanreusel, A. (2021). Nemys: World Database of Nematodes. Trichotheristus Wieser, 1956. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=2470 on 2021-08-03
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original description Wieser, W. (1956). Free-living marine nematodes III. Axonolaimoidea and Mohysteroidea. <em>Acta Univ Lund N. F. Avd.</em> 2. Bd 52. Nr 13: 1-115. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

basis of record Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). , available online at http://www.itis.gov [details]   

additional source Venekey, V.; Fonseca-Genevois, V.; Santos, P. J. P. (2010). Biodiversity of free-living marine nematodes on the coast of Brazil: a review. <em>Zootaxa.</em> 2568: 39–66. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

additional source Venekey, V.; Gheller, P. F.; Maria, T. F.; Brustolin, M. C.; Kandratavicius, N.; Vieira, D. C.; Brito, S.; Souza, G. S.; Fonseca, G. (2014). The state of the art of Xyalidae (Nematoda, Monhysterida) with reference to the Brazilian records. <em>Marine Biodiversity.</em> 44(3): 367-390., available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-014-0226-3 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

additional source Various Authors (2000). Nematode filing cabinet of the Marine Biology Section Ugent - in combination with the NemasLan Ms-Access database (published on CD-Rom, 2000) (look up in IMIS[details]   

additional source Huang, Y.; Zhang, Z. (2006). Two new species of free-living marine nematodes (<i>Trichotheristus articulatus</i> sp. n. and <i>Leptolaimoides punctatus</i> sp. n.) from the Yellow Sea. <em>Russian Journal of Nematology.</em> 14 (1): 43-50. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

status source Aryuthaka, C.; Kito, K. (2018). Two new species of the genus Daptonema Cobb, 1920 (Nematoda: Xyalidae) found in an intertidal seagrass bed on the coast of the Andaman Sea, Thailand, with reference to the taxonomic status of the genus Trichotheristus Wieser, 1956. <em>Zootaxa.</em> 4394(1): 77., available online at https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4394.1.4 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

ecology source Raes, M.; De Troch, M.; Ndaro, S. G. M.; Muthumbi, A.; Guilini, K.; Vanreusel, A. (2007). The structuring role of microhabitat type in coral degradation zones: a case study with marine nematodes from Kenya and Zanzibar. <em>Coral Reefs.</em> 26 (1): 13-126. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

ecology source Soetaert, K.; Vinckx, M.; Wittoeck, J.; Tulkens, M. (1995). Meiobenthic distribution and nematode community structure in five European estuaries. <em>Hydrobiologia.</em> 311 : 185-206. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

ecology source Vanreusel, A.; Vincx, M.; Van Gansbeke, D.; Gijselinck, W. (1992). Structural analysis of the meiobenthos communities of the shelf break area in two stations of the Gulf of Biscay (N.E. Atlantic). <em>Belgian Journal of Zoology.</em> 122(2):185-202. (look up in IMIS[details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
 
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Taxonomic remark Daptonema chonispiculum sp. n. and D. phuketense sp. n. are described from the Ban Pa Khlok seagrass bed, Phuket Province, Thailand. Daptonema chonispiculum sp. n. is characterized by spicules with funnel-shaped proximal ends, and D. phuketense sp. n. is unique in having the third caudal gland filled with fibrous contents. Each new species also differs from most related species in body length, de Man’s indices, length of the cephalic setae and somatic/cervical setae, distance of the amphids from the anterior of the body, and length of the spicules. The new species most closely resemble D. hirsutum, D. platonovae, and D. robustum, with similar body lengths, long cervical setae located in the anterior pharyngeal region, small amphids, L-shaped spicules and a gubernaculum with a long dorso-caudal apophysis. Regarding the taxonomic status of Daptonema and Trichotheristus, we agree with the synonymization of Trichotheristus with Daptonema by Tchesunov (1990), based on taxonomic review of Trichotheristus and a comparison of the diagnostic features separating the genera. We propose a new combination, Daptonema galeatum comb. n., and a new name, Daptonema nearticulatum sp. n. for Trichotheristus articulatus Huang & Zhang, 2006. [details]
Nematode file-library of the Marine Biology Section (Ghent University, Belgium)
 

Nematode file-library of the Marine Biology Section (Ghent University, Belgium)
 

Nematode file-library of the Marine Biology Section (Ghent University, Belgium)
 

Nematode file-library of the Marine Biology Section (Ghent University, Belgium)