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Rhabditid nematodes from seaweed deposits in Canada with a description of Rhabditis (Pellioditis) littorea n.sp \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Sudhaus, W. \ Nimrich, M. \ 1989
A sample of rotting seaweed from Vancouver Island contained specimens of 4 species of rhabditids. One is new to science and is described as Rhabditis (Pellioditis) littorea sp. nov. Morphometrical comparisons were made of some individuals between mea ...
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Two new species of Xiphinema (Nematoda: Longidoridae) from British Columbia vineyards \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ Vrain, T.C. \ Graham, M.B. \ 1989
Xiphinema bricolensis sp. nov. collected from the rhizosphere of apple tree roots at Vernon, British Columbia, is most similar to X. rivesi, X. occiduum and X. thornei. It differs from X. rivesi by having a set-off head, greater a value (54 v. 49) an ...
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Mononchoides andersoni n.sp. and two new species of Koerneria (Nematoda: Diplogasteridae) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ 1986
M. andersoni n.sp., Koerneria terranovus n.sp. and K. mulveyi n.sp. are described and illustrated from Canadian localities. M. andersoni is characterized by a body length of 1066-1246 micro m, a porelike vulva at 36-39%, a tail of 403-439 micro m, c' ...
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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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Redescription and distribution of Xiphinema rivesi Dalmasso, 1969 and Xiphinema americanum Cobb, 1913 in Canada with a description of Xiphinema occiduum n.sp. (Nematoda: Longidoridae) \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ Potter, J.W. \ Allen, W.R. \ 1984
X. rivesi and X. americanum are redescribed and illustrated from several eastern Canadian localities. X. occiduum n.sp. is described and illustrated from western Canada. The new species is most closely related to X. utahense but differs by the shorte ...
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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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Canadian species of Tobrilus (Nematoda: Tobrilidae) with description of three new species \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ 1982
Nine species of Tobrilus in Canada, including three new species, are described and illustrated. T. filipjevi n.sp. differs from T. longus by the greater distance between the pocket teeth (18-20 mu m) and by the longer spicules (100-109 mu m). T. para ...
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Bakernema yukonense n.sp. (Nematoda: Criconematidae) with keys to the species of Criconemella and Discocriconemella \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ 1982
B. yukonense n.sp. from the Yukon, Canada, differs from B. inaequale by more body annules (77-85), longer stylet (81-96 mu m), and by the open vulva and straight vagina. The generic diagnosis of Bakernema is also emended. Emendations to the lists of ...
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Hirschmanniella pisquidensis n.sp. (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae) from roots of wild rice in Prince Edward Island, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ Pharoah, G. \ 1982
H. pisquidensis n.sp. is described and illustrated from wild rice growing in Prince Edward Island, Canada. The new species differs from H. mucronata and H. behningi, the most closely related species, by the shorter stylet (23-25 mu m), absence of spe ...
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Description of Longidorus diadecturus n.sp. (Nematoda: Longidoridae), a vector of the peach rosette mosaic virus in peach orchards in southwestern Ontario, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Eveleigh, E.S. \ Allen, W.R. \ 1982
L. diadecturus n.sp., a virus vector found in peach orchards in southwestern Ontario, Canada, is described and illustrated. The most distinguishing feature is the posterior position of the stylet guiding ring (50-64 mu m posterior to head apex). It d ...
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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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Cyatholaimidae (Nematoda) from the Canadian Pacific coast \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Sharma, J. \ Vincx, M. \ 1982
Four species of Cyatholaimidae, 3 of them new, are described from marine sand near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Marylynnia hopperi n.sp. is distinguished by combinations of various characters, including the cluster of lateral modified punctat ...
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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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Two new species of Macroposthonia (Nematoda: Criconematidae) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ 1981
Macroposthonia parareedi n.sp. from wild rice in Ontario, Canada, and M. canadensis n.sp. from native grass in Ontario are described. M. parareedi differs from M. reedi by having 111-121 body annules, a longer stylet of 59-66 mu m, a vulva 12-13 annu ...
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Two new species of Macroposthonia (Nematoda: Criconematidae) from Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ 1981
Macroposthonia parareedi n.sp. from wild rice in Ontario, Canada, and M. canadensis n.sp. from native grass in Ontario are described. M. parareedi differs from M. reedi by having 111-121 body annules, a longer stylet of 59-66 mu m, a vulva 12-13 annu ...
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Eutylenchus excretorius n.sp. (Nematoda: Atylenchidae) from Quebec, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Ebsary, B.A. \ Eveleigh, E.S. \ 1981
Eutylenchus excretorius n.sp. collected from a grass growing in water in the Ottawa River near Deschenes, Quebec, Canada, is described and illustrated. It is closest to E. vitiensis from which it is distinguished by the shorter stylet, 21 mu m (20-22 ...
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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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Dolichodera fluvialis n.gen., n.sp. (Nematoda: Heteroderidae) from Quebec, Canada \ Canadian journal of zoology = Journal canadien de zoologie / National Research Council of Canada [Artikel]
Mulvey, R.H. \ Ebsary, B.A. \ 1980
A new genus, Dolichodera, is proposed to accommodate D. fluvialis, a new species of cyst-forming nematode from the Ottawa River, Quebec, Canada. Cysts of Dolichodera lack a posterior protuberance and are closest to the genus Globodera but differ in s ...
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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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