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The nematode fauna in the sulphide-rich brine seep and adjacent bottoms of the East Flower Garden, NW Gulf of Mexico. II. Monhysterida
Jensen, P. (1986). The nematode fauna in the sulphide-rich brine seep and adjacent bottoms of the East Flower Garden, NW Gulf of Mexico. II. Monhysterida. Zoologica Scri. 15(1): 1-11. hdl.handle.net/10.1111/j.1463-6409.1986.tb00203.x
In: Zoologica Scripta. Blackwell: Stockholm. ISSN 0300-3256
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    Eight nematode species of the order Monhysterida are described from the East Flower Garden at 72 m depth in the north-western Gulf of Mexico. The material is from sandy and rocky bottom samples influenced or beyond the influence o f a sulphide-rich brine seep. Seven species are new to science: Monhystera anoxybiotica sp.n., Gonionchus intermedius sp.n., Theristus (Theristus) coplatus sp.n., Theristus (Theristus) rezaki sp.n., Xyala oxybiotica spa., Desmolaimoides thiobioticus gen. et sp.n. and Linhomoeus gittingsi sp.n. Specimens of a Linhomoeus species are also described. The species is probably new to science, but the available material only includes females and juveniles.

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