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Rho, H. S.; Kim, W. (2005). Taxonomic study of marine nematodes from the Philippines. I. Genus Tenuidraconema (Desmodorida: Draconematidae). Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology. 21(1) : 57-66.
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Rho, H. S.; Kim, W.
2005
Taxonomic study of marine nematodes from the Philippines. I. Genus Tenuidraconema (Desmodorida: Draconematidae)
Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
21(1) : 57-66
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Tenuidraconema philippinensis, a new species of free-living marine nematode, collected from the shallow subtidal coarse sediments from the Philippines, is described. The new species differs from T. fiersi Decraemer, 1989 and T. koreensis Rho and Kim, 2004, by the following characteristics: the position of 12 cephalic adhesion tubes in both sexes (all 12 cephalic adhesion tubes inserted on the body annules), the number of posterior sublateral adhesion tubes (12 in male and 11 in female)and posterior subventral adhesion tubes (16 in male and 17 in female), and the abscence of the intermingled somatic setae in male. This is the first discovery of the genus Tenuidraconema in the Philippines.
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