Two new epsilonematid nematode species from Kenyan intertidal areas are described: Bathyepsilonema
anulosum sp.n. -characterized by the large number of body annules (118-124); small unispiral amphid, straight ambulatory setae and the very small copulatory thorns of the males - and Leptepsilonema richardi
sp.n., - characterized by the sexual dimorphism in the amphid, the ornamentation of the body cuticle
and the umbrella shaped capitulum in the males.