Reyes Peña-Santiago

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A new species of the genus Nothacrobeles is described from natural areas (a salt lake) in the Southeast Iberian Peninsula. Nothacrobeles lanceolatus sp. n. is characterized by its body length, two rows of cuticular punctations per annulus, labial probolae bifurcate with divergent prongs, pharyngeal corpus 2.4 to 3.5 times isthmus length, spermatheca length,(More)
Three new and one known species of the genus Aporcelaimellus with simple uterus and typical caudal region, mainly col-lected in natural areas of southeastern Iberian Peninsula, are studied, including descriptions, measurements, line illustrations and LM pictures. Aporcelaimellus baeticus sp. n. is characterized by a body length of 1.96-2.95 mm, lip region(More)
The spatial distribution of 138 Dorylaimid and Mononchid species collected in a natural area from the Southeast Iberian Peninsula was studied. A chorological classification was used to examine distribution patterns shared by groups of species. Eighty species were classified into 14 collective and 16 individual chorotypes. The geographical projections of(More)
Three rare nematode species of the family Belondiridae, originally described from and only known to occur in India are recorded for the first time in Vietnam: Axonchiumthoubalicum, Belondiramurtazai and Oxybelondiraparaperplexa. It is the first report of these three genera in this country. The three species are described, including new morphological data,(More)
A new species of the genus Sectonema, collected from natural forests in the Spanish provinces of León and Palencia, is described and illustrated with line drawings and LM pictures. Sectonema septentrionale sp. n. is characterized by its 5.59-6.90 mm long body, lip region 25-29 μm broad and offset by deep constriction, mural tooth 18-19 μm long at its(More)
A new species of the genus Crassolabium, Crassolabium persicumsp. n., collected from Arasbaran rangelands of Iran, is described and illustrated. It is characterized by its body 1.92-2.40 mm long, lip region offset by constriction and 17-19 μm wide, odontostyle 16-19 μm long with aperture occupying less than one-third (27-30%) its length, neck 428-690 μm(More)
The taxonomy of the genus Aporcelaimellus is revised and updated. A new definition is proposed, with several remarkable diagnostic characters: cuticle three-layered, especially distinguishable at caudal region, usually bearing a hyaline space between inner and intermediate layers at terminal portion of tail; cervical lacunae often present and well(More)
Three species of the genus Sectonema, namely S. demani, S. heynsi and S. macrospiculum, originally described by E. Altherr, are re-described on the basis of type material. Detailed descriptions, morphometrics and illustrations, including line drawings and/or LM pictures, diagnoses and remarks about their identity and later reports are provided for each(More)
A new species of the genus Stegelletina is described from caves of Andalucía Oriental (SE Iberian Peninsula). Stegelletina coprophila sp. n. is characterized by its body 386 to 536 mum long in females and 391 and 521 mum in males, lateral field with three incisures, lips bearing four tines, labial probolae 4 to 6 mum long and bifurcate, pharyngeal corpus(More)