NOMENCLATORIAL NOTES ON THORNENEMA THIENEMANNI WITH A KEY TO SPECIES OF THORNENEMA (NEMATODA: DORYLAIMIDA) BY M. SHAMIM JAIRAJPURI, MAQSOOD AHMAD and CH. DHANACHAND Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202001, India Dorylaimus thienemanni Schneider, 1937 which was moved to the genus Thornenema by Andrássy (1959) is now transferred to the genus Dorylaimoides based on the study of a female juvenile from the original type material. Thornenema thienemanni apud Jairajpuri, 1966 is not conspecific with Dorylaimoides thienemanni (Schneider, 1937) n. comb. and is accordingly renamed Thornenema loofi n. sp. A table giving comparative measurements of species related to T. loofi n. sp. and a key to species of the genus Thornenema have been provided. Schneider (1937) described Dorylaimus thienemanni inadequately without giv- ing exact details of important characters like odontostyle and its aperture, odontophore, amphids etc. The drawings of only gonad and tail were given. Andrassy (1959) while proposing the genus Thornenema transferred the species under this genus as T. thienemanni but Siddiqi ( 1965) considered it as species in- quirenda because of inadequate information on its morphology. However, Jaira- jpuri (1966) who obtained a number of specimens of a species of dorylaim from Kurnool (Andhra
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1980
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