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Tripylella mexicana

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Enoplea
Order  Enoplida
Rank  Species
Phylum  Nematoda
Subclass  Enoplia
Suborder  Tripyloidina

Tripylella mexicana is a species of nematode, first found in Mexico. It can be distinguished by its rather short body (averaging 0.74 millimetres (0.029 in) in length); having a short pharynx; its short tail; possession of an excretory pore as well as setae distributed throughout its body; having body pores; its striated cuticle carrying several anastomoses; non-protruding vulval lips, as well as other characteristics.

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Tripylella mexicana Wikipedia


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