Definition of Mermithidae. Meaning of Mermithidae. Synonyms of Mermithidae

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Definition of Mermithidae

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Meaning of Mermithidae from wikipedia

- Mermithidae is a family of nematode worms that are endoparasites in arthropods. As early as 1877, Mermithidae was listed as one of nine subdivisions of...
- 299–305. Poinar George; Ron Buckley (September 2006). "Nematode (Nematoda: Mermithidae) and hairworm (Nematomorpha: Chordodidae) parasites in Early Cretaceous...
- Aranimermis giganteus is the largest known species of Mermithidae and often infects the mygalomorph spiders of New Zealand. Aranimermis giganteus was...
- Reesimermis nielseni is a nematode in the family Mermithidae. It is a parasite of the larvae of mosquitoes, spending part of its life cycle in its host's...
- spec. Mononchoides americ**** Diplogaster rivalis species of the family Mermithidae Prismatolaimus dolichurus 2 species of the order Monhysteridae Mono Lake...
- Nematoda Cl****: Adenop****a Subcl****: Enoplia Order: Mermithida Family: Mermithidae Genus: Mermis Species: M. nigrescens Binomial name Mermis nigrescens...
- Poinar, G. O.; Acra, A.; Acra, F. (1994). "Earliest fossil nematode (Mermithidae) in cretaceous Lebanese amber" (PDF). Fundamental and Applied Nematology...
- of nematodes are known, including: Cosmocercidae, Heterorhabditidae, Mermithidae, Thelastomatidae, Aphelenchoididae One genus of nematomorph is known:...
- 1163/156854111X612199. Poinar, G. O. (2000). "Heydenius araneus n.sp. (Nematoda: Mermithidae), a parasite of a fossil spider, with an examination of helminths from...
- (2). Poinar, G.O. & Early, J.W. (1990). Aranimermis giganteus n. sp. (Mermithidae : Nematoda), a parasite of New Zealand mygalomorph spiders (Araneae :...
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