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The free-living inland aquatic nematodes of Africa — a review
All the free-living inland aquatic species described in Africa are presented here in a checklist, including notes on their ecology and distribution, and a new and more practical ecological classification of the inland free- living nematodes is proposed to avoid further incoherency.
The free-living inland aquatic nematodes of Africa — a review
During the past three decades, much attention has been given to free-living nematodes and, in particular, to the species of the African continent. Despite the current absence of evidence for the
A redefinition of the genus Monhystrella Cobb (Nematoda, Monhysteridae) with keys to the species
The genus Monhystrella Cobb, 1918 is redefined and an up‐to‐date list of its species is given. Illustrated keys to both females and males of the species are provided, including the description of the
Morphology of Monhystera Coomansi Sp.N. From Algeria (Nematoda: Monhysteridae)
The morphology of Monhystera coomansi sp.n., a free-living benthic species from Algeria, is described in detail. The new species is characterised by the presence of the longest spicules (135-220 μm)
Description of Diplolaimella Dievengatensis Sp. N. (Nematoda: Monhysteridae)
The male of D. dievengatensis is characterised by the length of the spicules, the prominence of the gubernacular apophyses and the presence and position of five pairs of equal and prominent post-cloacal genital papillae.
Monhysteridae From Western Sudan With Descriptions of Two New Species (Nematoda: Monhysterida)
This study deals with five species (two of them new) of the family Monhysteridae belonging to three genera and identified as: Monhystera uncigubernaculum sp. n., M. magnacephala, Eumonhystera
An ecological strategy in the genus Monhystera - an hypothesis.
L'apparition de ces corps (elements d'un systeme de detoxification) en concomitance avec the presence of the viviparite, l'ovaire bien developpe et the bisexualite obligee, peuvent etre consideres comme des pre-adaptations pour survivre dans des conditions difficiles.
Redescription of Monhystrella parvella (Filipjev) comb.n. (Nematoda, Monhysteridae)
The type of material ofMonhystrella parvella (Filipjev, 1931) comb.n. from Abyssinia (Ethiopia) is redescribed and figured in detail. Data on the genital system and the ontogeny of this species are