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Van Steenkiste, N.; Tessens, B.; Krznaric, K.; Artois, T. (2011). Dalytyphloplanida (Platyhelminthes: Rhabdocoela) from Andalusia, Spain, with the description of four new species. Zootaxa. 2791: 1–29.
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Van Steenkiste, N.; Tessens, B.; Krznaric, K.; Artois, T.
2011
Dalytyphloplanida (Platyhelminthes: Rhabdocoela) from Andalusia, Spain, with the description of four new species
Zootaxa
2791: 1–29
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Nineteen taxa of Dalytyphloplanida Willems et al., 2006 collected from southwestern Andalusia are discussed. Although most taxa were found in freshwater, three are marine, one occurred in brackish water and Protoplanella simplex Reisinger, 1924 was even collected in a dry, limnoterrestrial habitat. Four taxa are new to science. Castrada purgatorialis n. sp., Castrada paradisea n. sp. and Strongylostoma devleeschouweri n. sp., all belong to the Typhloplanidae Graff, 1905. The first two species differ from other species of Castrada Schmidt, 1861 by the presence of a large accessory bursa and the morphology of the copulatory atrium. C. purgatorialis n. sp. has zoochlorellae while these are lacking in C. paradisea n. sp. Strongylostoma devleeschouweri n. sp. is unique because of its coalescing testes and because of the presence of a sphincter around the stalk of the seminal receptacle. Gieysztoria iberica n. sp. belongs to the Dalyelliidae Graff, 1905 and is characterized by the extreme length of the girdle of the stylet. Except for five taxa, all specimens were collected within the boundaries of the Doñana National Park. Most of the taxa could easily be identified to species level except for one taxon of Kytorhynchidae Rieger, 1974 and one species of Phaenocora Ehrenberg, 1836. Four species are new for the Iberian Peninsula. Three of these, Trigonostomum penicillatum (Schmidt, 1857) Micoletzky, 1910, Promesostoma maculosum Ax, 1956 and Gieysztoria macrovariata (Weise, 1942) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939, were already known from other European localities, whereas Parapharyngiella involucrum Willems et al., 2005, a marine species, has previously only been found in Zanzibar, Tanzania
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Alabama for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Austria for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Austria for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Austria for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Austria for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Belgium for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Belgium for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Belgium for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Belgium for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Belgium for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Belgium for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Belgium for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Belgium for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Belgium for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Belgium for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Belgium for Strongylostoma elongatum Hofsten, 1907 
Canada for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Canada for Olisthanella truncula (Schmidt, 1858) Voigt, 1892 
Czech Republic for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Finland for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Finland for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Finland for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Finland for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
France for Gieysztoria beltrani (Gieysztor, 1931) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
France for Mesostoma lingua (Abildgaard, 1789) Schmidt, 1848 
Germany for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Germany for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
India for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Spain for Castrada (Castrada) infernalis Papi, 1951 
Spain for Castrada (Castrada) paradisea Van Steenkiste, Tessens, Krznaric & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Castrada (Castrada) purgatorialis Van Steenkiste, Tessens, Krznaric & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Gieysztoria beltrani (Gieysztor, 1931) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Spain for Gieysztoria beltrani (Gieysztor, 1931) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Spain for Gieysztoria beltrani (Gieysztor, 1931) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Spain for Gieysztoria beltrani (Gieysztor, 1931) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Spain for Gieysztoria cuspidata (Schmidt, 1861) Ruebush & Hayes, 1939 
Spain for Gieysztoria iberica Van Steenkiste, Tessens, Krznaric & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Gieysztoria iberica Van Steenkiste, Tessens, Krznaric & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Gieysztoria macrovariata (Weise, 1942) Luther, 1955 
Spain for Mesostoma lingua (Abildgaard, 1789) Schmidt, 1848 
Spain for Microdalyellia armigera (Schmidt, 1862) Gieysztor, 1938 
Spain for Olisthanella truncula (Schmidt, 1858) Voigt, 1892 
Spain for Olisthanella truncula (Schmidt, 1858) Voigt, 1892 
Spain for Parapharyngiella involucrum Willems, Artois, Vermin, Backeljau & Schockaert, 2005 
Spain for Promesostoma maculosum Ax, 1956 
Spain for Rhynchomesostoma rostratum (Müller, 1774) Luther, 1904 
Spain for Strongylostoma devleeschouweri Van Steenkiste, Gobert, Davison, Kolasa & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Strongylostoma devleeschouweri Van Steenkiste, Gobert, Davison, Kolasa & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Strongylostoma devleeschouweri Van Steenkiste, Gobert, Davison, Kolasa & Artois, 2011 
Spain for Strongylostoma elongatum Hofsten, 1907 
Spain for Strongylostoma elongatum Hofsten, 1907 
Spain for Trigonostomum penicillatum (Schmidt, 1857) Graff, 1905 
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