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Study of Some Aglenchus and Coslenchus Species (Nemata: Tylenchida)

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Three known Aglenchus species were studied: A. agricola, A. muktii and A. mardanensis. A. dakotensis sp. n. has a relatively short tail as has A. mardanensis but tail, oesophagus and stylet are slightly smaller and body annuli larger than in A. mardanensis. A. fragariae is transferred to Filenchus because it has the end-on view of that genus and not of Aglenchus. Several Coslenchus species are synonymized: C. acceptus with C. costatus, C. brevis, C. lycus and C. tausifi with C. alacinatus, C. temperatus with C. cocophilus. The following Coslenchus species were studied: C. tuberosus, C. costatus, C. rhombus, C. emelcius, C. franklinae, C. multigyrus and C. polonicus. Coslenchus aquaticus sp. n. is a large bisexual species with 14 longitudinal ridges and a relatively thick tail with finely pointed or rounded terminus, it resembles C. cocophilus, C. bisexualis and C. pastor. SEM observations are presented of four Aglenchus species and six Coslenchus species.

Affiliations: 1: ) Instituut voor Dierkunde, Ledeganckstraat 35, B-9000 Gent, Belgium; 2: ) Department of Nematology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, U.S.A.

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2016-12-11

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