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Nasira, K.; Shahina, F.; Shamim, S. (2014). Descriptions of Bathyeurystomina minima sp. n. and Belbolla longispiculata sp. n. with observations on Pareurystomina vaughtae and Eurystomina indica (Enoplida: Enchelidiidae) from Pakistan. International Journal of Nematology. 24 (1): 87-96.
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Nasira, K.; Shahina, F.; Shamim, S.
2014
Descriptions of Bathyeurystomina minima sp. n. and Belbolla longispiculata sp. n. with observations on Pareurystomina vaughtae and Eurystomina indica (Enoplida: Enchelidiidae) from Pakistan.
International Journal of Nematology
24 (1): 87-96
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Two new and two known species of the family Enchelidiidae from mud sediments from the river Indus, Pakistan are described along with measurements, illustrations and discussion about their relationships. Bathyeurystomina minima sp. n., can be separated from other species of the genus by having smaller body and smaller tail length (L= 3.0-3.4 mm; taillength= 316-380 /-1m), lower values of a, b, c and c' ratios (a= 75-85; b= 3.5-4.1; c= 8.1-9.5; c'= 10.5-14.0). Belbolla /ongispiculata sp. n. differs from other species of the genus Belbolla Andrassy, 1973 in having longer spicules (216 /-1m), by the number of oesophageal bulb (seven), precloacal supplements (five), weakly developed; and the structure of gubernaculum apophysis. The species Pareurystomina vaughtae Keppner, 1989 and Eurystomina indica Yoshimura, 1980 are reported for the first time in Pakistan.
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Holotype NNRC 2111, geounit Indus River, identified as Bathyeurystomina minima Nasira, Shahina & Shamim, 2014
 Etymology

The species is named in honour of late Prof. Oleg I. Belogurov, author of the genus Admirandus<:i> and many other works ... [details]

 Etymology

The species name "minima" refers to its shortest body length among the known species of Bathyeurystomina. [details]

 Etymology

The species name means "with long spicule" [details]


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