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Observations on some species of Longidorus (Nematoda: Longidoridae) from Jiangsu Province, China, with a description of Longidorus jiangsuensis n.sp.

  title={Observations on some species of Longidorus (Nematoda: Longidoridae) from Jiangsu Province, China, with a description of Longidorus jiangsuensis n.sp.},
  author={Jianhua Xu and David J. Hooper},
SUMMARY Four Longidorus species are reported from Jiangsu Province which are the first records of any species of this genus in China. One is described as L. jiangsuensis n. sp., characterized by the narrow, continuous lip region; short, symmetrically-shaped, almost hemispherical tail; large, slightly bilobed amphid pouches; small to medium-sized body and odontostyle (L = 2.98-3.69 mm; ost. = 82-91 Pm); and somewhat posteriorly situated guide ring (4.0-4.8 times lip region width from anterior… 

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