Alirhabditis Indica N. Gen., N. Sp. (Rhabditida: Alirhabditidae N. Fam), Tawdenema Indicum N. Gen., N. Sp. and Syedella Aurangabadensis N. Gen., N. Sp. (Diplogasteridae) From Marathwada, India

Alirhabditis Indica N. Gen., N. Sp. (Rhabditida: Alirhabditidae N. Fam), Tawdenema Indicum N.... ALIRHABDITIS INDICA N. GEN., N. SP. (RHABDITIDA: ALIRHABDITI- DAE N. FAM), TAWDENEMA INDICUM N. GEN., N. SP. AND SYEDELLA AURANGABADENSIS N. GEN., N. SP. (DIPLOGASTERIDAE) FROM MARATHWADA, INDIA 1) BY M. V. SURYAWANSHI Department of Zoology, Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India Alirhabditidae n. fam. is proposed for Alirhabditis indica n. gen., n. sp., collected from soil around the roots of grass. It resembles Rhabditidae in possessing a cylindrical stoma, but differs from it and resembles Cephalobidae in the characters of female gonad and male tail. The lip region forms a labial disc at the anterior end. Tawdenema indicum n. gen., n. sp. and Syedella aurangaba- densis n. gen., n. sp. were collected from soil around the roots of Colocasia esculenta Schott. Tawdenema n. gen. is close to Butlerius T. Goodey, 1929, but differs from it in having a mono- prodelphic gonad, and in the characters of the dorsal metarhabdial tooth, spicules, gubernaculum and caudal papillae. Syedella n. gen. is close to Mononchoides Rahm, 1928/29, but differs from it in having an undivided lip-ring (cheilorhabdions), unarmed subventral metarhabdions and fused spicules. ALIRHABDITIDAE N. FAM. Diagnosis: Rhabditoidea. Body small. Cuticle finely transversely striated; lateral fields marked by incisures. Lip region http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nematologica Brill

Alirhabditis Indica N. Gen., N. Sp. (Rhabditida: Alirhabditidae N. Fam), Tawdenema Indicum N. Gen., N. Sp. and Syedella Aurangabadensis N. Gen., N. Sp. (Diplogasteridae) From Marathwada, India

Nematologica , Volume 17 (4): 542 – Jan 1, 1971

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ALIRHABDITIS INDICA N. GEN., N. SP. (RHABDITIDA: ALIRHABDITI- DAE N. FAM), TAWDENEMA INDICUM N. GEN., N. SP. AND SYEDELLA AURANGABADENSIS N. GEN., N. SP. (DIPLOGASTERIDAE) FROM MARATHWADA, INDIA 1) BY M. V. SURYAWANSHI Department of Zoology, Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India Alirhabditidae n. fam. is proposed for Alirhabditis indica n. gen., n. sp., collected from soil around the roots of grass. It resembles Rhabditidae in possessing a cylindrical stoma, but differs from it and resembles Cephalobidae in the characters of female gonad and male tail. The lip region forms a labial disc at the anterior end. Tawdenema indicum n. gen., n. sp. and Syedella aurangaba- densis n. gen., n. sp. were collected from soil around the roots of Colocasia esculenta Schott. Tawdenema n. gen. is close to Butlerius T. Goodey, 1929, but differs from it in having a mono- prodelphic gonad, and in the characters of the dorsal metarhabdial tooth, spicules, gubernaculum and caudal papillae. Syedella n. gen. is close to Mononchoides Rahm, 1928/29, but differs from it in having an undivided lip-ring (cheilorhabdions), unarmed subventral metarhabdions and fused spicules. ALIRHABDITIDAE N. FAM. Diagnosis: Rhabditoidea. Body small. Cuticle finely transversely striated; lateral fields marked by incisures. Lip region

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