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Description of Bursaphelenchus conicaudatus n. sp. (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae), isolated from the yellow-spotted longicorn beetle, Psacothea hilaris (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and fig trees, Ficus carica

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Bursaphelenchus conicaudatus n. sp. is described and figured. Specimens were collected from a 3-week-old culture on Botrytis cinerea. The new species is characterised by the roundish trapezoid bursa of males and tapered and mucronate tail of females. The new species is closely related to B. xylophilus, B. mucronatus and B. fraudulentus in the shapes of spicule and vulval flap, but was easily distinguished from these three species by the shapes of the bursa and female tail.

Bursaphelenchus conicaudatus n. sp. est décrit et illustré. Des spécimens ont été collectés à partir d’une culture de 3 semaines sur Botrytis cinerea. La nouvelle espèce est caractérisée par une bourse trapézoïdate et arrondie chez le mâle et par l’extrémité mucronée de la queue chez la femelle. La nouvelle espèce est très proche de B. xylophilus, B. mucronatus et B. fraudulentus par la forme des spicules et du volet vulvaire mais elle a été facilement différenciée de ces trois espèces par la forme de la bourse du mâle et de la queue de la femelle.


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