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Cosmopolitanism among nematodes: Examples from Epsilonematidae
Decraemer, W.; Gourbault, N.; Helleouet, M.N. (2001). Cosmopolitanism among nematodes: Examples from Epsilonematidae. Vie Milieu (1980) 51(1-2): 11-19
In: Vie et Milieu (1980). Masson/Observatoire Oceanographique Banyuls: Paris; New York; Barcelone; Milan. ISSN 0240-8759, more
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Keywords
    Epsilonematidae Steiner, 1927 [WoRMS]; Nematoda [WoRMS]
Author keywords
    cosmopolitanism; marine nematodes; Epsilonematidae

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  • Decraemer, W., more
  • Gourbault, N.
  • Helleouet, M.N.

Abstract
    Cosmopolitanism within the Epsilonematidae, a family of free-living marine nematodes with a world-wide distribution, is illustrated by examples from four genera: Epsilonema, Leptepsilonema, Metepsilonema and Perepsilonema. Tables are provided with distribution data for all species of the family.

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