Description of Pristionchus stercoraris sp. n. and first report of Tylopharynx foetida from India (Nematoda: Diplogastrina)

@article{Mahamood2017DescriptionOP,
  title={Description of Pristionchus stercoraris sp. n. and first report of Tylopharynx foetida from India (Nematoda: Diplogastrina)},
  author={M. Mahamood and Gazala Yousuf},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Animal Biosystematics},
  year={2017},
  volume={13}
}
Pristionchus stercoraris sp. n. and Tylopharynx foetida (Butschli, 1874) Goffart, 1930 of the suborder Diplogastrina are described and illustrated in detail. Both the species were isolated from farmyard manure collected from Baramulla, Jammu & Kashmir, India. P. stercoraris sp. n. is characterized by faint annulations on cuticle, steno– as well as eurystomatous types of stoma, thin-walled cheilostom, long elongate cardia, slender spicules with slightly anteriorly curved distal tip, a boat… Expand

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