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The correct name for this order is Araeolaimida, because Araeolaimus is currently classified in Axonolaimoidea (Lorenzen, 1981,1994). The wider contents of Araeolaimida remain entirely unclear for the present, since known morphological data do not include clear apomorphies shared with other putative relatives of axonolaimids, and more sequence data are not yet available (see below). Araeolaimida sensu nobis therefore largely matches the contents and contents specified for the order by Malakhov, Ryzhikov and Sonin (1982), with the important addition of an outstretched female reproductive system as diagnostic character shared with Monhysterida.
4. Overview of the phylogenetic relationships among nonzooparasitic nematodes, as proposed by Andrássy (1976) on the basis of counts of diagnostic characters. Torquentia, Araeolaimida and Rhabditida are assumed to be The biology of nematodes 16 paraphyletic. Compiled and modified from figures 21–32 in Andrássy (1976); see text for details. Also, since he assumed that Nematoda and Nematomorpha jointly constituted a phylum, Nematoda itself could not be ranked higher than a class, and the three subdivisions within it should therefore be ranked as subclasses.
For family-group taxa, we have followed the principle of coordination as defined by the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (Art. 1. in ICZN, 1999), where the correct taxonomic author for all family-group names based on a given stem, is the earliest author to propose any single taxon of family-group rank (subfamily, family or superfamily) with that particular stem. Thus, we now propose a family Mesorhabditidae and superfamily Mesorhabditoidea, but the taxonomic author for both is Andrássy (1976) because he first proposed the subfamily Mesorhabditinae.