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Chromadorida (Nematoda) from Guadeloupe and Polynesia with evidence of intersexuality
Gourbault, N.; Vincx, M. (1990). Chromadorida (Nematoda) from Guadeloupe and Polynesia with evidence of intersexuality. Zoologica Scri. 19(1): 31-37.
In: Zoologica Scripta. Blackwell: Stockholm. ISSN 0300-3256; e-ISSN 1463-6409
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    Spirobolbolaimus boucherorum sp.n. (Microlaimidac) and Sabatieria maboyae sp.n. (Comesomatidae) arc described, and Dorylaimopsis pellucidum (Cobb, 1920) is discussed. Intersex specimens have been found in all three species. Spirobolbolaimus boucherorum sp.n. is characterized by its multispiral amphidcal fovea, number and localization of the cervical setae arranged in six rows posterior to the amphids, and large banana-shaped sperm. Sabatieria maboyae sp.n., a member of the S. pulchra group, possesses long posteriorly located cervical setae and long spicules.

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