Fig. 4 in Two new rapacious nematodes from intertidal sediments, Gammanema magnum sp. nov. and Synonchium caudatubatum sp. nov. (Nematoda, Selachinematidae)
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Fig. 4. Gammanema magnum sp. nov., paratype, ♀. A–B. Head, showing the small multispiral amphideal fovea, the leaf-like inner (arrowhead) and outer (black arrow) labial setae, the transverse rows of punctuations, and the buccal cavity as drawn in Fig. 2. C. Anterior region, showing the cylindrical pharynx surrounded by numerous cells, with anterior end swelling but not forming a bulb. D. Large spermatheca with globular to oval sperm cells. E. Overview, showing the slender body and conical tail. F. The intestine contains a prey nematode, likely a member of Epacanthion Wieser, 1953 (white arrow). Scale bars: 50 μm.