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Six known plant-feeding nematodes from Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana (Nemata: Tylenchina) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Berg, E. van den \ Queneherve, P. \ Tiedt, L.R. \ 2004
Descriptions, notes and illustrations are given for 6 known tylenchid species from Guadeloupe, French Guiana and Martinique, i.e. Criconema paraguayense, Discocriconemella degrissei, Mesocriconema denoudeni, M. oostenbrinki, Paratylenchus bilineatus ...
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New and known species of the family Tylencholaimidae (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from Japan \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, W. \ Araki, M. \ 2003
Five new and two known species of soil-inhabiting nematodes belonging to the family Tylencholaimidae are described and illustrated. Tylencholaimus parvus sp. nov. is characterized by having 0.39- to 0.48-mm-long and comparatively robust body, lip reg ...
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A phylogenetic classification and catalogue of the Diplogastridae (Secernentea, Nematoda) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Sudhaus, W. \ Lieven, A.F. von \ 2003
A new classification for the genus groups of Diplogastridae sensu lato is suggested based on a previously published cladogram. The parasitic taxa are included. Only 28 of the published 83 genus names are accepted. For eighteen of these taxa, monophyl ...
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Studies on Domorganus macronephriticus Goodey, 1947 (Nematoda: Ohridiidae) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Tchesunov, A.V. \ Sturhan, D. \ 2003
The examination of D. macronephriticus specimens isolated from soil samples from Germany and France, and from earthworms and soil in Russia revealed several previously unknown morphological features: (1) presence of 2 minute lateral tongues in the ro ...
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Nematodes of the order Rhabditida from Andalucia Oriental, Spain. The genus Acrobeloides (Cobb, 1924) Thorne, 1937 with description of A. arenicola sp. n. and a key to its species \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Abolafia, J. \ Pena-Santiago, R. \ 2002
A new species of the genus Acrobeloides is described from natural areas in SE Iberian Peninsula: A. arenicola sp. n. is characterized by its body 545-729 micro m long in females and 476-583 micro m in males, lateral field with five incisures, lips in ...
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Studies on some species of thornenematidae (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from South India \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, A. \ Ahmad, W. \ 2002
Three new and three known species of thornenematid nematodes are described and illustrated from South India. Thornenema coomansi sp. n. is characterized by having 0.73-0.86 mm long body, offset lip region, weak labial sclerotization but with strong p ...
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Two new species of the genus Oriverutus Siddiqi, 1971 (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) from Central America \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, W. \ Shaheen, A. \ 2002
Two new species of the genus Oriverutus are described and illustrated. O. sturhani sp. n. from Nicaragua is distinguished by its body 0.75-0.89 mm long, distinctly offset lip region, lobe-like lips with distinct labial papillae, odontostyle attenuate ...
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Zygotylenchus natalensis sp. n. (Nemata: Pratylenchidae) from a potato field in South Africa \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Berg, E. van den \ Tiedt, L.R. \ 2002
Zygotylenchus natalensis sp. n. is described and illustrated from a potato field near Howick, South Africa. Females are characterized by their slightly set off, flattened lip region with three distinct lip annuli; stylet 15 (14-16) micro m long; late ...
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Description of Helicotylenchus marethae n. sp., with redescriptions of some Helicotylenchus species (Nemata: Hoplolaimidae) from South Africa and Martinique \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Marais, M. \ Queneherve, P. \ Tiedt, L.R. \ Meyer, A.J. \ 2002
Seven species, one new and six known, belonging to the genus Helicotylenchus are reported from South Africa and Martinique: H. anhelicus Sher, 1966, H. canalis Sher, 1966, H. marethae n. sp., H. minzi, Sher, 1966, H. retusus Siddiqi & Brown, 1964, H. ...
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Acrobeles zapatai n. sp. (Rhabditida: Cephalobidae) from the Biosphere Reserve "Sierra de Huautla" (Mexico), with a discussion of the taxonomic limits of the genus \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Mundo-Ocampo, M. \ Baldwin, J.G. \ Dorado-Ramirez, O. \ Morales-Ruiz, M.C. \ 2002
Acrobeles zapatai n. sp., described from soil in a deciduous rain forest of the Biosphere Reserve "Sierra de Huautla" in Morelos, Mexico, is distinguished by having annulation with elevated trapezoid plates, smooth lateral field lacking crenation and ...
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Diagnostic value of morphological characters in some genera of Actinolaimidae (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) with notes on the phylogeny of the family \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Vinciguerra, M.T. \ Clausi, M. \ 2002
This paper analyses the most important characters that have been used up to now to define the brittonematid genera of Actinolaimidae and evaluates their diagnostic significance. The characters studied are: (a) vagina structure, (b) anterior end struc ...
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Nematodes of the order Rhabditida from Andalucia Oriental, Spain. The subgenus Pseudacrobeles Steiner, 1938, with description of a new species \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Abolafia, J. \ Liebanas, G. \ Pena-Santiago, R. \ 2001
The new species Pseudacrobeles unguicolis sp. nov. is described from natural areas in south-eastern Iberian Peninsula. It is characterized by its small body (520-665 micro m in females and 497-577 micro m in males), rounded lips amalgamated in pairs, ...
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Studies on the genus Laimydorus Siddiqi, 1969 (Dorylaimida: Dorylaimidae) from India \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, A. \ Ahmad, W. \ 2001
Three new and four known species of the genus Laimydorus are described and illustrated. L. papillatus sp. nov. has 2.4-2.7 mm long body, slightly offset lip region, odontostyle two lip region widths long, 'double' guiding ring, longitudinal vulva, ve ...
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Studies on the genus Enchodelus Thorne, 1939 (Dorylaimida: Nordiidae) from China \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, W. \ Wu, J. \ Shaheen, A. \ 2001
Two new and three known species of the genus Enchodelus are described from China. E. lushani sp. nov. is characterized by having 1.3-1.5 mm long body, lip region offset by depression, odontostyle attenuated and 19-22 micro m long, second pair of subv ...
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Two known criconematids from South Africa with a description of Ogma chrisbarnardi (Heyns, 1970) Andrassy, 1979 (Nemata: Criconematinae) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Berg, E. van den \ Tiedt, L.R. \ 2001
O. chrisbarnardi is redescribed and illustrated from South Africa. Females are characterized by having 61 to 77 annuli with eight longitudinal rows of projections at midbody and irregularly arranged from third to seventeenth annulus opposite oesophag ...
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Description of Cervidellus baujardi n. sp. (Nematoda: Cephalobidae) from Senegal \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Mounport, D. \ Bostrom, S. \ Villenave, C. \ 2001
C. baujardi sp. nov. from the rhizosphere of sandy soil in Senegal is described on the basis of studies with light and scanning electron microscopy. The new species is distinguished from all other species in the genus by the combination of the follow ...
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Notes on the identity of Pungentus alpinus Vinciguerra & Giannetto, 1984 (Dorylaimida: Nordiidae) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Ahmad, W. \ Sturhan, D. \ Vinciguerra, M.T. \ 2000
Pungentus alpinus Vinciguerra & Giannetto, 1984 is redescribed on the type females which were shown to have an amphidelphic female reproductive system. A comparison with P. marietani Altherr, 1950 of various origins revealed no differences in morphol ...
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Ogma formosum sp. n. and Radopholus antoni sp. n., with notes on Criconema sirgeli Van den Berg & Meyer, 1987 (Nemata: Tylenchina) from South Africa \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Berg, E. van den \ Heyns, J. \ Tiedt, L.R. \ 2000
Two new species of tylenchid nematodes from South Africa are described and illustrated. Ogma formosum sp. nov. females are characterized by having one lip annulus, a 89-104 micro m-long stylet and 44 to 46 retrorse annuli with 24 to 30 contiguous pal ...
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Contribution to the knowledge of Belonolaimus brevianulata (Doucet, 1983) Fortuner & Luc, 1987 (Nematoda: Tylenchida) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Doucet, M.E. \ Filisetti, S. \ 2000
Belonolaimus brevianulata (Doucet, 1983) Fortuner & Luc, 1987 was described from only a few individuals. Therefore no sufficient information was published on the variability of the morphometric and morphological features that characterize the species ...
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Description of Acromoldavicus skrjabini (Nesterov & Lisetskaya, 1965) Nesterov, 1970 from Israel and the Ukraine, and redescription of Kirjanovia discoidea Ivanova, 1969 (Cephalobina: Elaphonematidae) \ Journal of nematode morphology and systematics [Artikel]
Susulovsky, A. \ Bostrom, S. \ Holovachov, O. \ 2000
A population of Acromoldavicus skrjabini collected in "Evolution Canyon", Israel, is described from studies by light and scanning electron microscopy. Specimens of A. skrjabini from the Ukraine are also described. The two populations are compared and ...
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