Greeffiella - the tinest nematodes!
Members of the genus Greeffiella are free-living marine nematodes. They are found in marine sand around the world - on beaches, in coral reef habitats, even the deep sea. They are unusual nematodes in being covered in spines. Greeffiella maybe be most famous for being the smallest nematode every described - adult Greeffiella minutum can be just 0.08 mm long!
- Free-living marine nematodes. 1988. Part II: British Chromadorids. Synopses of the British fauna, Number 38, edited by Kermack, Doris M. and Barnes, R.S.K. Published for The Linnean Society of London and the Estuarine and Brackish-Water Sciences Association by Cambridge University Press
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