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Reports of the Lund University Chile Expedition 1948-49. 17. Free living marine nematodes. II. Chromadoroidea.

  title={Reports of the Lund University Chile Expedition 1948-49. 17. Free living marine nematodes. II. Chromadoroidea.},
  author={Wolfgang Wieser},
Five new records of comesomatids (Nematoda, Chromadorida) from the Canary Islands
espanolSe citan cinco especies de nematodes marinos pertenecientes a la familia Comesomatidae por primera vez para la isla de Tenerife a partir de muestras recolectadas para un estudio ecologico de
Nematodes from the Strait of Magellan and the Beagle Channel (Chile): the genus Sabatieria (Comesomatidae: Nematoda) with the description of Sabatieria coomansi n. sp.
Eight species of the genus Sabatieria, one of which is new to science, are described from the Strait of Magellan and the Beagle Channel, Chile, with emphasis on new or shortly described morphological features.
The Genus Prochromadora with a Redescription of P. orleji from a Marine Saltern in the People's Republic of China.
The genus Prochromadora Filipjev, 1922 comprising nine species is reviewed and a key is presented, showing a single, large, solid dorsal tooth and a cuticle showing transverse rows of homogenous punctations that extend around the body without intervening lateral differentiation.
Revision of Cervonema Wieser, 1954 and Laimella Cobb, 1920 (Nematoda: Comesomatidae) with descriptions of two species from East Sea, Korea.
Specimens of Laimella filipjevi Jensen, 1979 from East Sea, Korea largely agree with the original description of Jensen (1979) of nematodes from the Western Baltic Sea, except for slight differences in length of cephalic setae and spicules.
A new species of the genus Marylynnia (Nematoda: Chromadorida: Cyatholaimidae) from Gwangyang Bay, Korea
This is the first description of the family Cyatholaimidae Filipjev in the study area and the new species differs from M. malsa by the location of the cervical setae, the shape of the spicule and gubernaculum, and the number of precloacal supplements.
Redescription and taxonomic status of Paguristes weddellii (H. Milne Edwards) (Crustacea: Anomura: Paguroidea: Diogenidae) from the eastern Pacific.
The type and additional material of Paguristes weddellii (H. Milne Edwards, 1848) were examined. The species is redescribed and illustrated in details. Comparison of P. weddellii with the monotypic
Revision of Chilean bathyal chitons (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) associated with cold-seeps, including description of a new species of Leptochiton (Leptochitonidae)
The present report raises the global number of chiton species inhabiting chemosynthetic environments from 10 to 18, including some overlooked literature records from other regions, as well as some records that might be considered as doubtful.
Distribution patterns of Chilean shallow-water sea anemones (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria, Corallimorpharia); with a discussion of the taxonomic and zoogeographic relationships between the actinofauna of the South East Pacific, the South West Atlantic and the Antarctic
The first complete zoogeographical analysis of Chilean shallow water sea anemones and their taxonomic relations with neighbouring faunas is provided, based on extensive recent sampling in combination with a literature review, showing the continuation of species of the exposed coast and the joining of fjord species due to the availability of additional habitats in the richly structured fJord region south of 42°S.
The temperate species of the genus Munida Leach (Crustacea, Decapoda, Galatheidae) in the east Pacific, with the description of a new species and additional records for tropical-subtropical species
All five species of Munida currently known for the East Pacific are redescribed using the type material of M. curvipes, M. montemaris andM quadrispina and specimens are obtained from their distribution ranges or from mu­ seum collections.
A Report On Anomuran and Brachyuran Crabs Collected in Peru During Cruise 12 of R/v aNton Bruun 1)
Cette note concerne les Anomoures et les Brachyoures recueillis au Perou au cours de la douzieme croisiere du vaisseau scientifique "Anton Bruun". La collection comprend cinq familles et treize