PARACAMERONIA CAUCASICA GEN. N., SP.N. (OXYURIDA: THELASTOMATIDAE) INTESTINAL NEMATODE OF MOLE CRICKET FROM AZERBAIJAN

P. A. F. De Carvalho, S. E. Spiridonov

Abstract


Paracameronia caucasica gen. n. sp. n. living in the hind gut of mole crickets in South Azerbaijan is described. The genus is distinguished from the similar Cameronia Basir by the formation of egg agglomerates inside the uterus of females, by the form and mode of construction of the egg agglomerates and by the form of spermatozoon and egg shell. Two female - representatives of the same genus Paracameronia gen. n. have been found in mole crickets form Georgia, USSR.

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