[Empidomermis riouxi n. sp. (Nematoda, Mermithidae). (author's transl)].

@article{Doucet1979EmpidomermisRN,
  title={[Empidomermis riouxi n. sp. (Nematoda, Mermithidae). (author's transl)].},
  author={Maria M. A. de Doucet and Christian Laumond and Odile Bain},
  journal={Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparee},
  year={1979},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={
          341-51
        }
}
Empidomermis riouxi n. sp. is described from Aedes (Ochlerotatus) detritus, in Camargue. The species differs from E. cozi, which is the only other species of the genus, by having a sligtly larger size and a very little pronounced cephalic constriction. Males differ also from those of E. cozi by the number and disposition of the caudal papillae. The postparasitic larvae escape from adult mosquitoes, rarely from pupae. In laboratory conditions, the nematodes enter the moist sand in the bottom of… 
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