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Description De Deux Nouvelles Especes De Rotylenchus Et Deux Populations De R. Agnetis Szczygiel, 1968 (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae)

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Deux nouvelles espèces de Rotylenchus et deux populations de R. agnetis sont décrites et figurées. Rotylenchus troncapitatus sp. n. se caractérise par une région céphalique tronconique annelée. Il se différencie de R. capitatus et de R. indorobustus par une plus grande longueur de corps et de stylet et par l'absence d'aréolation à la partie antérieure du champ latéral. R. sabarlyi sp. n. diffère des espèces possédant une région céphalique tronconique annelée, par une tête ne comportant que deux anneaux alors que toutes les espèces décrites en possèdent au moins trois.

Affiliations: 1: )INRA, Laboratoire de Biologie des Invertébrés, B.P. 2078, 06606 Antibes Cedex, France; 2: )ORSTOM, Av. Henri Varagnat, 93140 Bondy Cedex, France


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