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Neue freilebende Nematoden aus dem Sublitoral der Deutschen Bucht
Juario, J.V. (1974). Neue freilebende Nematoden aus dem Sublitoral der Deutschen Bucht. Veröff. Inst. Meeresforsch. Bremenh. 14: 275-303
In: Friedrich, H.; Höhnk, W. (Ed.) Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Meeresforschung in Bremerhaven. Franz Leuwer: Bremen. ISSN 0068-0915

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    Linhystera Juario, 1974 [WoRMS]

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  • Juario, J.V.

    A new genus, Linhystera (Monhysteridae), a new subgenus ofHalalaimus, Nualaimus (Oxystominidae), and eleven new species of freeliving marine Nematodes are described: Diplopeltula asetosa, Tricomalobata, Metalinhomoeus biformis, Terschellingia distalamphida, Cylindrotheristus minutus, Pseudotheristus furcatus, Paramonohystera (Paramonohystera) breviseta, Linhystera problematica, Nygmatonchus minimus, Halalaimus (Nualaimus) curvicaudatus and Bolbellia asupplementata. The status of the newly established genus is discussed and an artificial key to species of the subgenus, Nualaimus, is provided.

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