Nanaloricus sp. Light micrography of an adult stage (A). Body musculature visualized by fluorescently-labeled phalloidin staining and CLSM (B) and by 3D imaging (C-F). Anterior faces upwards in all aspects. A: Note the fully extended introvert with several protruding scalids. B: Dorsal view. C: Ventral view. D: Lateral view. E: Dorsal view. Note especially the complex arrangement of thin fibers in the head and thoracic region. The prominent pharyngeal bulb musculature is located anteriorly to the abdominal transverse muscle I. F: Frontal view of the anteriormost body region. Color code: abdominal transverse muscle I, red; abdominal transverse muscles II-V, light blue; buccal tube retractors and mouth cone retractors, white; dorsal longitudinal retractor muscle, dark blue; introvert anterior ring muscle, dark red; introvert posterior ring muscle, brown; neck circular muscle, purple; net-like thin muscles, dark yellow; pharyngeal bulb musculature, yellow; short posterior longitudinal muscles, green; posteriormost short curved muscles, light purple; thin longitudinal muscles, dark green; ventral longitudinal retractor muscle, orange. Abbreviations: *, pharyngeal bulb musculature; a, abdomen; atI-V, abdominal transverse muscles; btr, buccal tube retractors; cs, clavoscalid; dl, dorsal longitudinal retractor muscle; i, introvert; lo, lorica; mc, mouth cone; mcr, mouth cone retractors; mt, mouth tube; n + t, neck and thorax; nc, neck circular muscle; nl, net-like thin muscles; or, oral ridge; pa, pre-pharyngeal apparatus; pb, pharyngeal bulb; ss, spinoscalid; sp, short posterior longitudinal muscles; tl, thin longitudinal muscles; ts, trichoscalid; vl, ventral longitudinal retractor muscle.