Heth impalutiensis n. sp. (Nematoda: Ransomnematoidea: Hethidae) a millipede parasite from Central Mindanao, Philippines.

@article{Malysheva2015HethIN,
  title={Heth impalutiensis n. sp. (Nematoda: Ransomnematoidea: Hethidae) a millipede parasite from Central Mindanao, Philippines.},
  author={Svetlana V. Malysheva and Alma B. Mohagan and Sergei E. Spiridonov},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2015},
  volume={3926 1},
  pages={
          100-10
        }
}
The nematode Heth impalutiensis n. sp. is described from an unidentified spirostreptid millipede (Harpagophoridae) from the Bukidnon Province of Mindanao, the Philippines. Based on morphological characters, H. impalutiensis n. sp. is closest to Asian-Pacific representatives of the genus. Females of H. impalutiensis n. sp. are close to H. dimorphum and H. vietnamensis in body size and form of the lateral lappets, but can be distinguished by the significantly longer tail. Males of H… 
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MYRIAPODS (CENTIPEDES AND MILLIPEDES)

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