Chromadorina Filipjev, 1918

Venekey, Virag, Gheller, Paula F., Kandratavicius, Noelia, Cunha, Beatriz Pereira, Vilas-Boas, Ana Carolina, Fonseca, Gustavo & Maria, Tatiana F., 2019, The state of the art of Chromadoridae (Nematoda, Chromadorida): a historical review, diagnoses and comments about valid and dubious genera and a list of valid species, Zootaxa 4578 (1), pp. 1-67: 12-14

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Chromadorina Filipjev, 1918
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Genus Chromadorina Filipjev, 1918  

This genus was proposed by Filipjev (1918) who designated C. obtusa Filipjev, 1918   as the type species; it was later revised by Wieser (1954). In the latter review, Heterochromadora Wieser, 1951   was synomized with Chromadorina   and two species belonging to the former genus were transferred [C. cervix ( Wieser, 1951) and C. granulopigmentata ( Wieser, 1951)   ]. In the same review several other species were also transferred from Spiliphera   [ C. rognoeensis (Allgén, 1932)   ], Chromadorita   [ C. longisetosa ( De Coninck & Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1933)   ], Prochromadora   [ C. macropunctata ( Wieser, 1954)   ], Prochromadorella   [ C. astacicola ( Schneider, 1932)   and C. ocellata (Paramonov, 1929)   ] and Chromadora   [ C. armata ( Allgén, 1933)   , C. bergensis (Allgén, 1932)   , C. bioculata (Schultze in Carus, 1857)   , C. erythrophtalma ( Schneider, 1906)   , C. germanica ( Bütschli, 1874)   , C. pacifica ( Allgén, 1947)   , C. parobtusa ( Allgén, 1947)   and C. viridis ( Linstow, 1876)   ]. However, C. parobtusa   and C. pacifica   were considered as synonyms of C. laeta (de Man, 1876)   , and C. ocellata   was suggested to be a synonym of C. bioculata   . C. cylindricauda (Allgén, 1928)   was regarded as a dubious species by Wieser (1954) and here we consider it as inquirendum since its original description is poor and is based on a single female. A key based on male characters was also developed by Wieser (1954), but fourteen of the current valid species were described later ( C. bercziki Andrássy, 1962   ; C. demani Inglis, 1962   ; C. epidemos Hopper & Meyers, 1967   ; C. hiromii Kito & Nakamura, 2001   ; C. incurvata Wieser, 1956   ; C. inversa Wieser, 1955   ; C. longispiculum Pastor de Ward, 1985   ; C. majae Wieser, 1968   ; C. metulata Aissa & Vitiello, 1977   ; C. micoletzkyi Inglis, 1962   ; C. nuda Wieser, 1954   ; C. paradoxa Timm, 1961   ; C. salina Belogurov, 1978   and C. supralitoralis Lorenzen, 1969   ). In the description of C. demani, Inglis (1962)   argued concerning the validity of C. laeta   , therefore a new name for C. laeta sensu Micoletzky, 1924   was proposed (therein called C. micoletzkyi Inglis, 1962   ) and C. laeta sensu Daday, 1901   , C. laeta sensu de Man, 1876   and C. laeta sensu Wieser, 1954   were considered species inquirenda due to the poor description provided by all these authors. C. pacifica   and C. parobtusa   are not considered as valid species here as they were previously indicated as possible synonyms of C. laeta ( Wieser 1954)   . Finally, the most recently described species in this genus was C. hiromii   by Kito & Nakamura (2001), but they pointed out to the similarity of this species to C. inversa   , which was originally described by Wieser (1955) based on a single female from the Sea of Japan and subsequently re-described based on both genders from Mediterranean ( Wieser 1956). For Kito & Nakamura (2001), there is an uncertainty concerning conspecific specimens from Mediterranean and Japan and they suggested that topotypic males of C. inversa   should be compared to C. hiromii   . Here, we consider both species ( C. inversa   and C. hiromii   ) as valid until further studies are done.

Diagnosis (modified from Tchesunov 2014): Homogeneous punctated cuticle with transverse rows of dots and without lateral differentiation. Amphideal fovea, when visible, transverse slit-like. Buccal cavity with three (sub)equal solid teeth. Ocelli may be present. Cup-shaped precloacal supplements usually present. Tail elongateconoid with glands and well-developed spinneret. It is largely a marine genus (23 species) with only four limnetic species ( C. astacicola   , C. bercziki   , C. bioculata   and C. viridis   ). C. erythrophthalma   , C. germanica   and C. laeta   live in marine habitats but occasionally can be found in island body waters.

Number of valid species: 27

Genus Chromadorina Filipjev, 1918  

Syn. Heterochromadora Wieser, 1951  

VALID SPECIES

1. Chromadorina armata ( Allgén, 1933) Wieser, 1954   ( Norway)

Syn. Chromadora armata Allgén, 1933  

2. Chromadorina astacicola ( Schneider, 1932) Wieser, 1954   ( Germany)

Syn. Phrochromadorella astacicola Schneider, 1932  

3. Chromadorina bercziki Andrássy, 1962   ( Hungary)

4. Chromadorina bergensis (Allgén, 1932) Wieser, 1954   ( Norway)

Syn. Chromadora macrolaima bergensis Allgén, 1932  

5. Chromadorina bioculata (Schultze in Carus, 1857) Wieser, 1954   (?—no locality indicated)

Syn. Chromadora bioculata (Schultze in Carus, 1857) Bütschli 1873  

Enoplus bidentatus Diesing, 1861  

Prochromadorella bioculata (Schultze in Carus, 1857) Loof, 1961  

Rhabditis bioculata Schultze in Carus, 1857  

Spiliphera ophrydii Stefanski, 1914  

Spiliphera paniewensis Stefanski, 1923  

6. Chromadorina   cervix ( Wieser, 1951) Wieser, 1954 (English Channel)

Syn. Heterochromadora   cervix Wieser, 1951

7. Chromadorina demani Inglis, 1962   (Mediterranean)

8. Chromadorina epidemos Hopper & Meyers, 1967   (Florida)

9. Chromadorina erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906) Wieser, 1954   (Baltic)

Syn. Chromadora erythrophthalma Schneider, 1906  

Heterochromadora erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906) Gerlach, 1951  

Prochromadora erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906) Gerlach, 1951  

Prochromadora orleji sensu Filipjev, 1930  

Prochromadorella erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906) Schütz & Kinne, 1955  

10. Chromadorina germanica ( Bütschli, 1874) Wieser, 1954   (Kiel Bay)

Syn. Chromadora droebachiensis Allgén, 1931  

Chromadora germanica Bütschli, 1874  

Chromadora minor Cobb, 1894  

Chromadorina minor ( Cobb, 1894) Wieser, 1954  

Heterochromadora germanica ( Bütschli, 1874) Wieser, 1951  

Prochromadorella germanica ( Bütschli, 1874) De Connick & Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1933   11. Chromadorina granulopigmentata ( Wieser, 1951) Wieser, 1954   (English Channel)

Syn. Heterochromadora granulopigmentata Wieser, 1951  

12. Chromadorina hiromii Kito & Nakamura, 2001   (Sea of Japan)

13. Chromadorina incurvata Wieser, 1956   (Mediterranean)

14. Chromadorina inversa Wieser, 1955   (Sea of Japan)

15. Chromadorina longisetosa ( De Coninck & Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1933) Wieser, 1954   (North Sea)

Syn. Chromadorita longisetosa De Coninck & Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1933  

16. Chromadorina longispiculum Pastor de Ward, 1985   (Deseado river, Argentina)

17. Chromadorina macropunctata ( Wieser, 1954) Wieser, 1954   (Mediterranean)

Syn. Prochromadora macropunctata Wieser, 1954  

18. Chromadorina majae Wieser, 1968   (Mediterranean)

19. Chromadorina metulata Aissa & Vitiello, 1977   ( Tunisia)

20. Chromadorina micoletzkyi Inglis, 1962   (Red Sea)

Syn. Chromadorina laeta sensu Micoletzky, 1924  

21. Chromadorina nuda Wieser, 1954   (Mediterranean)

22. Chromadorina obtusa Filipjev, 1918   (Black Sea)

23. Chromadorina paradoxa Timm, 1961   (Bay of Bengal)

24. Chromadorina rognoeensis (Allgén, 1932) Wieser, 1954   ( Norway)

Syn. Spiliphera rognoeensis Allgén, 1932  

25. Chromadorina salina Belogurov, 1978   (Shikton Island, Japan)

26. Chromadorina supralitoralis Lorenzen, 1969   (North Sea; Germany)

27. Chromadorina viridis ( Linstow, 1876) Wieser, 1954   ( Germany)

Syn. Chromadora bathybia Daday, 1894  

Chromadora lehberti Schneider, 1906  

Chromadora oerleyi sensu Ditlevsen, 1911  

Chromadora oerleyi sensu Plotnikov, 1901  

Chromadora viridis Linstow, 1876  

Prochromadorella viridis ( Linstow, 1876) Filipjev, 1930  

SPECIES INQUIRENDA

1. Chromadorina cylindricauda (Allgén, 1928) Wieser, 1954   (Campbell Island)

2. Chromadorina laeta (de Man, 1876) Micoltezky, 1924   (Mediterranean)

3. Chromadorina ocellata (Paramonov, 1929) Wieser, 1954   (Black Sea)

4. Chromadorina pacifica ( Allgén, 1947) Wieser, 1954   (Hawaii; Australia; Gulf of Panama)

5. Chromadorina parobtusa ( Allgén, 1947) Wieser, 1954   (California, USA)

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Nematoda

Class

Chromadorea

Order

Desmodorida

Family

Chromadoridae

Loc

Chromadorina Filipjev, 1918

Venekey, Virag, Gheller, Paula F., Kandratavicius, Noelia, Cunha, Beatriz Pereira, Vilas-Boas, Ana Carolina, Fonseca, Gustavo & Maria, Tatiana F. 2019
2019
Loc

Prochromadorella bioculata (Schultze in Carus, 1857)

Loof 1961
1961
Loc

Prochromadorella erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906 ) Schütz & Kinne, 1955

Schutz & Kinne 1955
1955
Loc

Chromadorina germanica ( Bütschli, 1874 )

Wieser 1954
1954
Loc

Chromadorina minor ( Cobb, 1894 )

Wieser 1954
1954
Loc

Chromadorina granulopigmentata (

Wieser 1954
1954
Loc

Heterochromadora

Wieser 1951
1951
Loc

Heterochromadora erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906 )

Gerlach 1951
1951
Loc

Prochromadora erythrophthalma ( Schneider, 1906 )

Gerlach 1951
1951
Loc

Heterochromadora germanica ( Bütschli, 1874 )

Wieser 1951
1951
Loc

Heterochromadora granulopigmentata

Wieser 1951
1951
Loc

Prochromadorella germanica ( Bütschli, 1874 )

De Connick & Schuurmans Stekhoven 1933
1933
Loc

Prochromadora orleji

sensu Filipjev 1930
1930
Loc

Prochromadorella viridis ( Linstow, 1876 )

Filipjev 1930
1930
Loc

Spiliphera paniewensis

Stefanski 1923
1923
Loc

Chromadorina

Filipjev 1918
1918
Loc

Chromadorina

Filipjev 1918
1918
Loc

Spiliphera ophrydii

Stefanski 1914
1914
Loc

Chromadora oerleyi

sensu Ditlevsen 1911
1911
Loc

Chromadora lehberti

Schneider 1906
1906
Loc

Chromadora oerleyi

sensu Plotnikov 1901
1901
Loc

Chromadora minor

Cobb 1894
1894
Loc

Chromadora viridis

Linstow 1876
1876
Loc

Chromadora germanica Bütschli, 1874

Butschli 1874
1874
Loc

Enoplus bidentatus

Diesing 1861
1861
Loc

Rhabditis bioculata

Schultze in Carus 1857
1857