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The Morphology of Jensenonchus Sphagni (Brzeski, 1960) N. Comb. From Scotland and Comments On the Taxonomic Status and Distribution of the Species

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A study of type material of Jensenonchus sphagni (Brzeski, 1960) n. comb. and Jensenonchus vorax (Cobb, 1917) Andrássy, 1993 confirmed the validity of J. sphagni. Examination of specimens recorded as Mulveyellus vorax (Cobb, 1917) Siddiqi, 1984 from Scotland, revealed that they were J. sphagni. Both species have been found only in moist natural or semi-natural habitats, often associated with mosses. The geographical distribution of J. vorax seems to be restricted to North America whereas J. sphagni apparently occurs only in Europe, thus, these two nematodes are rare examples of vicariant nematode species.

Affiliations: 1: Central Laboratory of General Ecology, 2 Gagarin Street, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria; 2: Scottish Crop Research Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee DD2 5DA, Scotland


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