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Keppner, E. J. (1987). Five New Species of Free-living Marine Nematodes (Nematoda: Enoplida) from a Northwest Florida, U.S.A. Estuary. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 106(4) : 333-347.
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Keppner, E. J.
1987
Five New Species of Free-living Marine Nematodes (Nematoda: Enoplida) from a Northwest Florida, U.S.A. Estuary
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
106(4) : 333-347
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Five new species of free-living marine nematodes of the order Enoplida are described from non-vegetated subtidal and beach sediments in St. Andrew Bay, Bay County, Florida, U.S.A. Anticoma asupplementa n. sp. differs from the similar A. strandi and A. platonovae in the shape of the spicules and gubernaculum. Enoplolaimus pararegius n. sp. differs from the closely related E. regius in the number of setae constituting the subcephalic circle in the male and in the shape of the gubernaculum. Mesacanthoides brevicaudatus n. sp. differs from the other members of the genus in the absence of a gubernaculum and in the shape of the spicules. Trileptium americanum n. sp. differs from the similar T. otti in the position of the pre-anal supplement, length of spicules, presence of three post-anal, supplement-like structures, the absence of pre-anal ducts, and the presence of distinct mandibles. Eurystomina olsonae n. sp. differs from the other members of the genus in the presence of large, broad spicules with a large, barbed, and hooked tip, in the shape of the gubernaculum, and in the presence of large, elevated labial setae
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Anticoma asupplementa Keppner, 1987 (original description)
Enoplolaimus pararegius Keppner, 1987 (original description)
Eurystomina olsonae Keppner, 1987 (original description)
Trileptium americanum Keppner, 1987 (original description)

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