First finding of Greeffiella Cobb, 1922 (Nematoda, Desmoscolecida) in the Black Sea

@inproceedings{Sergeeva2021FirstFO,
  title={First finding of Greeffiella Cobb, 1922 (Nematoda, Desmoscolecida) in the Black Sea},
  author={Nelly G. Sergeeva and Tatiana Revkova},
  year={2021}
}
The first finding of the genus Greeffiella Cobb 1922 (Greeffiellinae, Desmoscolecidae) in the Black Sea is presented. Two mature females were collected in Northwestern Shelf of Crimea in strongly silted fine sand with detritus at a water depth of 56 m. Greeffiella sp. is described and illustrated. The absence of males in the collections does not allow the authors to present it as a new species for science or to identify it as one of the known species of the genus Greeffiella. Black sea specimen… 
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