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Redescription of the nematode Procamallanus spiculogubernaculus with notes on related forms.
Records of two new nematodes (Acuariidae) parasitizing kingfishers (Coraciiformes) of West Bengal India
Redescription of Neocamallanus singhi (Nematoda: Camallanidae) with a note on related species.
Comparative study of this species with other related forms described from freshwater fishes of India and Pakistan indicates that Neocamallanus bengalensis Soota et Chaturvedi, 1971 and N. ophicephali Rehana et Bilquees, 1972 are synonyms of N. singhi.
Meloidogyne Ardenensis N. Sp. (Nematoda: Heteroderidae), a New British Species of Root-Knot Nematode
Meloidogyne ardenensis n. sp. is described from Vinca minor and other woodland plants in England. It differs from other described species in the perineal pattern, the forward position of the…
On a new species of Pseudocapillaria (Nematoda: Trichuroidea), P. lepidocephali, from the estuarine fish Lepidocephalus (Lepidocephalichthys) guntea (Hamilton)
Pseudocapillaria lepidocephali n. sp., parasitic in the intestine of the loach Lepidocephalus (Lepidocephalichthys) guntea from the Hooghly estuary at Kalyani, West Bengal, India, is described. The…
Pseudocapillaria (Discocapillaria) margolisi n. subg., n. sp. (Nematoda: Trichuroidea) from freshwater fishes of West Bengal, India
The presence of a ventral lobe-like elevation with two papillae and the absence of a dorsal cuticular membrane on the male tail are referred to as distinguishing features of the new subgenus Pseudocapillaria, which is characterised by small body size, short and non-annulated stichocytes, and eggs with protruding polar plugs.
Rhabdochona barusi sp. nov. from the fish Barilius sp. with the key to the Indian species of this genus
Paracapillaria xenentodoni n. sp. (Nematoda: Trichuroidea) from the fishXenentodon cancila (Hamilton) from West Bengal, India
A new nematode,Paracapillaria xenentodoni n. sp. is described based on light microscope studies of the worms recovered from the migratory fishXenentodon cancila (Hamilton) from the Hooghly estuary at…