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A new species of Eumonhystera and three species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China

Peng YunLiang, E Abebe and August Coomans (2002) HYDROBIOLOGIA. 468(1-3). p.83-93
abstract
A new Eumonhystera species, E. huruii n. sp., together with Monhystera nubiae Eyualem & Coomans, 1996, Monhystera somereni Allgen, 1952, and Monhystera wangi Wu & Hoeppli, 1932 are described from Li river at Guiling, China. Eumonhystera huruii n. sp. is closest to E. barbata Andrassy, 1981, but differs in having shorter anterior setae, much longer reproductive system, shorter and less dorsally bent tail and differently shaped spinneret. M. nubiae and M. wangi are reported here for the first time outside their type locality, whereas M. somereni is reported from China for the first time.
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subject
keyword
Monhystera, taxonomy, Eumonhystera, River Li, China, freshwater nematodes
journal title
HYDROBIOLOGIA
Hydrobiologia
volume
468
issue
1-3
pages
83 - 93
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000175212000009
JCR category
MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
0.694 (2002)
JCR rank
51/73 (2002)
JCR quartile
3 (2002)
ISSN
0018-8158
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
id
154491
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-154491
date created
2004-01-14 13:39:00
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2016-12-19 15:38:56
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  abstract     = {A new Eumonhystera species, E. huruii n. sp., together with Monhystera nubiae Eyualem \& Coomans, 1996, Monhystera somereni Allgen, 1952, and Monhystera wangi Wu \& Hoeppli, 1932 are described from Li river at Guiling, China. Eumonhystera huruii n. sp. is closest to E. barbata Andrassy, 1981, but differs in having shorter anterior setae, much longer reproductive system, shorter and less dorsally bent tail and differently shaped spinneret. M. nubiae and M. wangi are reported here for the first time outside their type locality, whereas M. somereni is reported from China for the first time.},
  author       = {YunLiang, Peng and Abebe, E and Coomans, August},
  issn         = {0018-8158},
  journal      = {HYDROBIOLOGIA},
  keyword      = {Monhystera,taxonomy,Eumonhystera,River Li,China,freshwater nematodes},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-3},
  pages        = {83--93},
  title        = {A new species of Eumonhystera and three species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China},
  volume       = {468},
  year         = {2002},
}

Chicago
YunLiang, Peng, E Abebe, and August Coomans. 2002. “A New Species of Eumonhystera and Three Species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China.” Hydrobiologia 468 (1-3): 83–93.
APA
YunLiang, P., Abebe, E., & Coomans, A. (2002). A new species of Eumonhystera and three species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China. HYDROBIOLOGIA, 468(1-3), 83–93.
Vancouver
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YunLiang P, Abebe E, Coomans A. A new species of Eumonhystera and three species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China. HYDROBIOLOGIA. 2002;468(1-3):83–93.
MLA
YunLiang, Peng, E Abebe, and August Coomans. “A New Species of Eumonhystera and Three Species of Monhystera (Monhysteridae: Nematoda) from Li River, China.” HYDROBIOLOGIA 468.1-3 (2002): 83–93. Print.