Tripylella fatimaensis

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Tripylella fatimaensis

Cid del Prado Vera, Ferris & Nadler, 2016

Tripylella fatimaensis is a species of nematodes, first found in Quito, Ecuador. It can be distinguished by its rather short body (averaging 0.74 millimetres (0.029 in) in length); the length of its pharynx, tail and diameter portion; its lack of an excretory pore; possessing body pores as well as three pairs of caudal setae, among other characteristics. [1]

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References

  1. DEL PRADO-VERA, IGNACIO CID, Howard Ferris, and Steven A. Nadler. "Five new species of the genus Tripylella (Nematoda: Enoplida: Tripylidae)."Zootaxa 4109.2 (2016): 198-217.