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Neres, P. F.; Da Silva, M. C.; De Miranda-Júnior, G. V.; Fonsêca-Genevois, V.; Esteves, A. M. (2014). Five new species of Oncholaimellus (Oncholaimidae: Nematoda) from north-east Brazil, with an emended diagnosis and an updated key to the genus. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 94(04): 703-727.
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10.1017/s0025315414000113 [view]
Neres, P. F.; Da Silva, M. C.; De Miranda-Júnior, G. V.; Fonsêca-Genevois, V.; Esteves, A. M.
2014
Five new species of Oncholaimellus (Oncholaimidae: Nematoda) from north-east Brazil, with an emended diagnosis and an updated key to the genus
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
94(04): 703-727
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Holotype MNRJ 376, identified as Oncholaimellus distortus Neres, da Silva, de Miranda-Junior, Fonseca-Genevois & Esteves, 2014
Holotype MNRJ 378, identified as Oncholaimellus multiporus Neres, da Silva, de Miranda-Junior, Fonseca-Genevois & Esteves, 2014
Holotype MNRJ 380, identified as Oncholaimellus paulus Neres, da Silva, de Miranda-Junior, Fonseca-Genevois & Esteves, 2014
Holotype MNRJ 382, identified as Oncholaimellus sineporus Neres, da Silva, de Miranda-Junior, Fonseca-Genevois & Esteves, 2014
 Etymology

The Latin specific epithet ‘distortus’ refers to the bent distal portion of the tail. [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet ‘intersexus’ is given because this is the first species of the family for which intersex ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet ‘multiporus’ is given for the many pores over the entire body, which lend an ornamented ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet ‘paulus’ is given in homage to Paulo Barros Filho, husband of the first author, and ... [details]


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