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Rashid, F.; Geraert, E.; Sharma, R. (1984). Morphology, Taxonomy and Morphometry of Some Cephalobidae (Nematoda: Rhabditida) From Brazil, With Descriptions of Two New Genera and Four New Species. Nematologica. 30(3): 251-298.
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Rashid, F.; Geraert, E.; Sharma, R.
1984
Morphology, Taxonomy and Morphometry of Some Cephalobidae (Nematoda: Rhabditida) From Brazil, With Descriptions of Two New Genera and Four New Species
Nematologica
30(3): 251-298
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consequently cited dated 195
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Sixty-three soil samples from Brazil yielded at least 19species of Cephalobidae, including two new genera which are described. Cephalonema longicaudan. gen. n. sp. is characterized by an offset, button-like head, lips amalgamated, cheilorhabdions large, strongly sclerotized, vulva at mid-body and long tail. Heterocephalobellus brasiliensis n. gen. n. sp. is characterized by a very long oesophagus with loop, a very long post-vulval uterine sac and the same tail in both sexes. Heterocephalobus tabacumn. sp. is characterized by the posterior position of the excretory pore and by protruding papillae on the lips and Cephalobus seudoparvusn. sp. by a long tail and rectum, anterior position of excretory pore and nerve ring and by distribution of the genital papillae in the male. Three synonyms are proposed: Acrobeles capensisas a junior synonym of A. mariannae, the genus Pseudocephalobus as a synonym of Teratolobus and the family Alirhabditidaeas a synonym of the Cephalobidae. Species found for the first time since they were described are: Alirhabditis indica; Teratolobusregulus; Heterocephalobus pauciannulatus; Cephalobus pinguimucronatus;Acrobeles mariannae;Acrobelessingulus;Zeldia tridentata;Zeldia neocuta. Female T. regulusand a male A.mariannaeare described for the first time. A study of morphometry showed that the extent of the papillar region in males is correlated with body length. In male and female the position of the excretory pore is correlated with oesophageal length but may not be calculated as a percentage because most of the regression lines do not pass through the origin. In all the species investigated, variability of the head region, female reproductive system and tail shape have been studied
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