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A new species of root-lesion nematode (Pratylenchidae: Nematoda) in Canada with a scanning electron microscope study of its head morphology \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Townshend, J.L. \ 1985
Pratylenchus sensillatus, a new monosexual species of root-lesion nematode in Canada found in soil from a field of Phleum pratense, is described and illustrated. The primary distinguishing characters are a low, rounded, offset head with 3 annules, a ...
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Morphological characteristics of Hoplolaimus indicus Sher, 1963 in Canada, a parasite of wild rice \ Journal of nematology : official journal of Society of Nematologists [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1983
H. indicus, found for the first time in North America, on Zizania aquatica in Prince Edward Island, Canada, is described and illustrated. The body, stylet and tail lengths were often greater than those described from India, the oesophageal gland over ...
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An emended description of Ditylenchus valveus Thorne & Malek, 1968 and description of D. filimus n.sp. (Nematoda: Tylenchidae) from mushroom compost in Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1983
D. filimus n.sp., found in mushroom compost from western Canada with D. valveus, is described and illustrated. Main differential characters of the new species are a stylet length of less than 10 micro m, narrow lateral field of 4 incisures, pyriform ...
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Description of Helicotylenchus amplius n.sp. and a key to the Canadian species of the genus (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Eveleigh, E.S. \ 1982
Helicotylenchus amplius n.sp. associated with grasses in Quebec, Canada, is described and illustrated. The distinguishing characters are a thick, digitate ventral tail projection with a terminal mucro, fine annulations on the tail end and open-ended ...
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Canadian species of Merlinius Siddiqi, 1970 and a diagnosis and description for Mulveyotus hyalacus n.gen., n.sp. (Nematoda: Tylenchorhynchidae) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Ebsary, B.A. \ 1982
Three new bisexual species of Merlinius characterized by apically flattened heads and elongate-conoid tails with narrowly rounded or pointed ends, and a new genus and species (Tylenchorhynchidae) in Canada are described and illustrated. The distingui ...
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Two new species of Hirschmanniella Luc and Goodey, 1963 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) with a key to the nominal species \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ Anderson, R.V. \ 1982
Hirschmanniella anchoryzae n.sp. from the rhizosphere of submerged sword grass, Scirpus americanus, in Quebec, Canada (also roots of Zizania aquatica, same locality) and H. areolata n.sp. in soil from lily bulbs (type host) and water chestnut importe ...
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Description and relationships of a new root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne sewelli n.sp. (Nematoda: Meloidogynidae) from Canada and a new host record for the genus \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Mulvey, R.H. \ Anderson, R.V. \ 1980
M. sewelli n.sp. is described and figured from Eleocharis acicularis (new host for Meloidogyne spp.) from the Ottawa River, Canada. It differs from other Meloidogyne spp. in having a weakly etched or indistinct perineal pattern, the more posterior po ...
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Description, relationships, and host symptoms of Ditylenchus dryadis n.sp. (Nematoda: Tylenchidae) from the Canadian High Arctic, a transitional species of gall-forming parasite attacking Dryas integrifolia M. Vahl \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Mulvey, R.H. \ 1980
Ditylenchus dryadis n.sp. is described from galls on the adaxial leaves of Dryas integrifolia in the Northwest territories, Canada. Evidence suggests that it is host specific. It differs from D. dipsaci, to which it is close, in the number of body in ...
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Variations of the first head annule in Canadian populations of Pratylenchus penetrans (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) from three host plants \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Townshend, J.L. \ 1980
Configuration of the surface of the first head annule was compared in 80 females of Pratylenchus penetrans from cherry, strawberry and tobacco in Canada to assess its diagnostic value in species identification. Most significant were structural featur ...
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Benthic species of Dorylaimus Dujardin 1845 (Nematoda: Dorylaimidae) and Arctidorylaimus n.gen. (Arctidorylaimidae n.fam.) from the Mackenzie and Porcupine river systems, Northwest Territories, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Mulvey, R.H. \ Anderson, R.V. \ 1979
Arctidorylaimidae n.fam. and Arctidorylaimus n.g. are proposed to accommodate A. arcticus n.sp. which is described and illustrated from rivers and creeks in the Mackenzie Delta, Canada. The presence of longitudinal body ridges, a double guiding ring ...
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A supplemental key to species of Helicotylenchus Steiner, 1945 (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae) described since 1972 and a description of H. oscephalus n.sp \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1979
Helicotylenchus oscephalus n.sp. is described from soil under a mixed shrub in British Columbia, Canada. Its distinguishing features, include a hemispherical head with 6 to 8 annules, a strongly sclerotized head skeleton with a deeply depressed septu ...
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Helicotylenchus urobelus n.sp. (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae) from New Brunswick, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1978
Helicotylenchus urobelus n.sp. from sandy soil around the roots of Carex in Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick, Canada differs from H. erythrinae by the more pronounced ventral tail projection and narrow annules on the end of the tail. The ma ...
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Paratylenchus labiosus n.sp. (Nematoda: Paratylenchidae) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Kimpinski, J. \ 1977
Paratylenchus labiosus n.sp. from Sebago and Kennebec potatoes in Prince Edward Island, Canada, is described. Females had short stylets, 15 to 17 mu m in length, and differed from P. tateae in having concave-conoid heads with large, rounded submedian ...
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Canadian species of the genus Helicotylenchus Steiner, 1945 (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae), their identifying characteristics and descriptions of three new species \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1974
Twelve Helicotylenchus spp. including 3 new species from Canada are described and illustrated and a key for their separation is given. Their distribution and plant hosts are also given. The only bisexual species, H. cornurus n.sp., is associated with ...
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Morphology and description of Helicotylenchus crassatus n.sp. (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae) from eastern Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1973
Helicotylenchus crassatus n.sp. is described from over 100 adult females found on red clover (type host) in eastern Canada. It is most similar to H. digonicus but can be distinguished by the sclerotization of the head skeleton, size and position of t ...
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Comparative morphology and descriptions of three new species of Teratocephalus from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ 1969
Teratocephalus decarinus n.sp. from around roots of Dryas sp., T. subvexus n.sp. and T. lirellus n.sp. from around roots of Salix sp., are described from Canada. Contour and inclination of cephalic plicae, relative development of the cervical expansi ...
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Description of Stictylus macrocellus n.sp. (Nematoda: Neotylenchidae) with a note on the association of hypodermal commissures with the nervous system \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Anderson, R.V. \ Das, V.M. \ 1967
Stictylus macrocellus n.sp. from prairie in Alberta, Canada, resembles S. obtusus and S. asymmetricus but the intestine overlaps the rectum in the new species. It differs further from S. obtusus in having a protuberant vulva and a shorter tail. It di ...
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