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Authors: Платонова, Т. А.
Title: Новый вид свободноживущей нематоды из Черного моря
Other Titles: A new free-living nematode from the Black Sea
Issue Date: 1965
Publisher: Наукова думка
Language (ISO): Russian
Series/Report no.: Биология моря
Pages: 100-102
Abstract: The Black Sea is one of the global water bodies having been thoroughly studied for fauna of free-living nematodes. In this context the works by I.N. Philipiyev (1918, 1922) are of primary significance. Some foreign scientists (Gerlach, 1951; Paladian, 1962) have also paid tribute to Black Sea nematodes as a research object. Hypothetically, Mediterranean species not occurring in the main basin of the sea can be found only in the Bosphorus area where nematological investigations have not been conducted as yet. However, when handling the set of samples collected from the Black Sea by researches of the Laboratory of Benthos, IBSS we found a new free-living nematode attributed to genus Rhabdodemania (Enoplida, Leptosomatidae). This finding was an unexpected contribution to the extensive scientific evidence already available. It is noteworthy that nematodes of this genus are found in the Black Sea for the first time.
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