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Pastor de Ward, C. T. (2003). Two new species of Sabatieria (Nematoda, Comesomatidae) from Golfo Nuevo, Chubut (Argentina). Zootaxa. 172: 1-12.
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Pastor de Ward, C. T.
2003
Two new species of Sabatieria (Nematoda, Comesomatidae) from Golfo Nuevo, Chubut (Argentina)
Zootaxa
172: 1-12
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Two new Comesomatidae species from the Gulfs of San José and San Matías, Chubut province of Argentina are described. Sabatieria flecha sp. n. is characterized by the particular shape of the dorsal distal end of the spicule, smaller spicule length (47?m; 1.5 anal body diameter), number of weakly cuticularised supplements (12), size of amphids with two and a half turns, short body length (1260?m), values of a (36) and b (7,8) and tail shape with 1/3 cylindrical part. Sabatieria sanjosensis sp. n. is characterized by a long body length (3000?m), large value for a (82) and tail shape with 1/2 cylindrical part.
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