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Paratylenchus projectus (Paratylenchinae: Nematoda) and some closely related species \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1975
Paratylenchus projectus collected from various areas in Canada and 10 populations, each propagated from a single larva, were studied. Spear length varied from 24 to 28 mu m, rarely 29 mu m. Sides of head region were straight with a truncate front. Ta ...
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Paratylenchus neoprojectus n.sp. (Paratylenchinae: Nematoda) from alfalfa fields in Alberta, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ Hawn, E.J. \ 1975
The diagnostic characters of Paratylenchus neoprojectus n.sp. found with P. projectus in soil around lucerne in Breton, Alberta, Canada, were determined from a population reared from a single larva. The new species most resembles P. projectus but has ...
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Paratylenchus robustus n.sp. (Paratylenchinae: Nematoda) from forest soil in Ontario \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1974
Paratylenchus robustus n.sp. was found in soil around birch (Betula papyrifera) near Aylen Lake, Ontario, Canada. It is distinguished from other species in that it has a robust body, (L=0.327-0.432 mm; a=12-20), a markedly reduced postvulval diameter ...
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Paratylenchus tateae n.sp. (Paratylenchinae, Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ Townshend, J.L. \ 1973
Paratylenchus tateae n.sp. was recovered from soil samples collected in the proximity of corn, lucerne and clover roots in various locations in Ontario, Canada. Males are unknown. The spear measures 15 to 16.8 mu long, about one-fifth the length of t ...
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Genus Ottolenchus n.rank and Ottolenchus sulcus n.sp. Tylenchidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1970
The subgenus Tylenchus (Ottolenchus) is raised to generic rank because the lip region is rectangular with 2 subdorsal and 2 subventral lips, while lateral lip regions appear as 2 depressed areas. Ottolenchus sulcus n.sp. is described from soil around ...
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Three new species of the genus Tylenchorhynchus Cobb, 1913 (Tylenchidae: Nematoda) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1969
Tylenchorhynchus irregularis n.sp. from a potted azalea in Ottawa, Canada, has irregular cuticular annulations, a 19 to 21 micro long spear, 4 incisures in the lateral fields, 26 to 29 micro long spicules, a 15.5 to 18.0 micro long gubernaculum and t ...
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Dactylotylenchinae, a new subfamily (Tylenchidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1969
The genus Dactylotylenchus Wu, 1968 is re-diagnosed, removed from Tylenchinae and placed in Dactylotylenchinae n.subf. because its members have thick body cuticle and finger-like labial framework. D. filiformis n.sp. is described from soil around roo ...
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Dactylotylenchus crassacuticulus, a new genus and new species (Tylenchinae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1968
Dactylotylenchus crassacuticulus n.g., n.sp., found in soil around the roots of grass near Peyto Lake, Alberta, Canada, is described and illustrated. It is similar to species of the genus Tylenchus, but differs in that the labial framework consists o ...
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Anguina calamagrostis, a new species from grass, with an emendation of the generic characters for the genera Anguina Scopoli, 1777 and Ditylenchus Filipjev, 1936 (Tylenchidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1967
Anguina calamagrostis n.sp., found on Calamagrostis canadansis in Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada, is described and illustrated. The name "crusta-formeria" is proposed for the region of the reproductive system immediately behind the sperma-theca, where ...
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Three new closely related species of Hemicycliophora de Man (Criconematidae : Nematoda) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1966
Hemicycliophora vivida n.sp., from soil about the roots of grass, clover and Pinus strobus in Ontario and maple in Quebec, differs from the related H, silvcstris mainly in the more anterior location of the vulva, the smaller relative length of spear ...
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Criconema seymouri n.sp. (Criconematidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1965
Criconema seymouri n.sp. from soil under Thuja plicata at Mt. Seymour, near Vancouver, Canada, is described and figured. It differs from C. tenuicaudatum and C. hungaricum in having a much shorter spear and a more anterior excretory pore. A.D.B.
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Five new species of Criconemoides Taylor, 1936 (Criconematidae: Nematoda) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1965
Five new species of Criconemoides are described and figured from Canada. C. bakeri n.sp. from around Thuja occidentalis at Antrim, Ontario, resembles C. annulatum but the head region is not set off by a constriction, the anterior vulvar flap is sligh ...
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Criconema bakeri n.sp. (Criconematidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1964
Criconema bakeri n.sp. is described and figured from specimens collected in Algonquin Park, Ontario, from soil under a sugar maple tree (Acer saccharum Marsh). It differs from C. inaequale in the more membranous nature of its transparent cuticular ou ...
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Paratylenchus brevihastus n.sp. (Criconematidae: Nematoda) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1962
Wu describes and figures Paratylenchus brevihastus n.sp. from soil around the roots of blue violets (Viola cucullata) and grass in Ontario, Canada. Other populations of this nematode were found around the roots of lucerne, oats and red clover. Both s ...
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Paratylenchus tenuicaudatus n.sp. (Nematoda: Criconematidae) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1961
Paratylenchus tenuicaudatus n.sp., female, is described and figured. The lip region is smoothly rounded, the stylet is 25 micro to 32 micro long. The vulva is situated at 77.6% to 81.6% of the body length and there is a small post-vulval sac. This sp ...
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Criconema celeturn n.sp. (Nematoda: Criconematidae) from African violets in Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Wu, L.Y. \ 1960
Wu describes and figures Criconema celetum n.sp. from Saintpaulia sp. in Quebec. The body has 40 to 43 annules, each with a row of spines except at the caudal end. The head consists of two annules with spines, the first annule having a slightly wider ...
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