SECTONEMA PROCTA N. SP., AND PUNGENTUS ANGULATUS N. SP., TWO NEW SOIL-INHABITING NEMATODES BY M. SHAMIM JAIRAJPURI AND QAISER H. BAQRI Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (U.P.), India Sectonema procta n. sp., is 4.9-5.5 mm long; has very thick cuticle; about 200 lateral body pores arranged in a single row or irregularly; about 100 ventral body pores distributed between base of mural tooth and anus; about 15 dorsal body pores distributed between base of mural tooth and middle of esophagus; small egg one-third of body width long; rectum one and a half anal-body- widths long and males unknown. Pungentus angulatus n. sp., is 0.8-1.0 mm long; has spear about two head widths long; slender body (a = 46-52); short convex-conoid to bluntly rounded tail (c = 64-72); opisthodelphic reproductive organs; anterior uterine branch minute and males unknown. Two new dorylaimoid nematodes belonging to the genera Sectonema Thorne, 1930 and Pungentu.r Thorne & Swanger, 1936 are described below. This appears to be the first record of new species of these two genera from India. The specimens used in this study were killed and fixed in hot 4% formalin and then transferred to a mixture
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1966
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