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The thickness and structure of the subcuticle is uniform throughout the body. The cuticle of this nematode is very thin. The fibrils of the subcuticle extend to form a bundle and then fan out to the periphery of the medial cords. Rhabdias bufonis has eight muscle cells visible in a cross section. These cells are uniform throughout the body.
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The contractile portion of the muscle are myofibrils with supporting fibrils between them. The fibrils within the reticulum form a wide interlaced network. The nucleus is situated in the middle of the cytoplasmic sac and has an elliptical shape containing one nucleolus. The nucleus can be as long as 20 micrometers parallel to the longitudinal axis of the body.
Also, the hypodermis consists of five to seven membranes. This nematode has an H-shaped excretetory system with two sub-ventral gland cells and the lateral canals are embedded within the lateral cords. Bogoyavlenskii, ; Lee and Atkinson, ; Spieler and Schierenberg, Hermaphrodites that are parasitic in the lungs deposit their eggs within the lungs.
These eggs are then coughed into the mouth where they are swallowed and then hatched into the first larval stage in the small intestine of the host. The larvae come together in the large intestine and then exit the host via the feces. The larvae remain in the feces and develop there for days.presigagec.tk
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These undergo a total of 4 molts before reaching the adult males and females of the free-living generation. The free-living females' progeny hatch within the mother and feed on her internal organs until developed into the 3rd larval stage when they exit the mother. Goater and Ward, ; Roberts and Janovy Jr. Females may produce a phermomone to attract males.