THREE NEW SPECIES OF HEMICYCLIOPHORA DE MAN, 1921 FROM INDIA BY P.F. RAHAMAN1), I. AHMAD2) & M.S. JAIRAJPURI 2) 1) Institute of Agriculture, 2) Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh - 202002, India Three new species of Hemicycliophora are described and illustrated. Hemicycliophora altapadii sp.n. is characterized by its relatively large body size; conoid lip region with three annules, indented dorsovcntrally; a rectangular oral disc; elongated vulval lips; absence of longitudinal lines and R>370. H. meghalayaensis sp.n. also has a relatively large body; low flat lip region with three annules, first lip annule dorsoventrally indented; oral disc rectangular with central oval part surrounded by narrow collar; elongated vulval lips; absence of longitudinal lines and R=295-340. H. postamphidia sp.n. has a moderately large body; a conoid lip region with three lip annulcs, amphidial apertures covered by lateral shields and located away from oral disc; vulval lips three annules long; tail elongate conoid, then spicate with finely rounded terminus, R=340-372. Keywords: Taxonomy, Hemicycliophora, new species, SEM. Soil samples collected from Kerala (in the South), Meghalaya (in thc North- east) and Uttar Pradesh (in the North) yielded several species of Hemicycliophora De Man, 1921 of which three represented new species.
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1996
Keywords: Taxonomy; SEM; new species; Hemicycliophora
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