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Hirschmanniella caribbeana sp. n. and new records of Pratylenchus spp. (Pratylenchidae: Nematoda) from Guadeloupe, French West Indies

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Hirschmanniella caribbeana sp. n. is described and figured from mangrove vegetation from Guadeloupe. Females are characterised by the tail terminus having two lateral peg-like projections with a smaller, irregular intermediate projection, a low, rounded lip region with five to six annuli, a 17-20 μm long stylet, areolated lateral fields, intestine not overlapping the rectum and phasmids situated at midtail. Males numerous, similar to females except for sexual characters. Juvenile tail ends in a single, thin, pointed mucro. Notes, morphometrics, descriptions and figures are given for Pratylenchus flakkensis, P. jordanensis, P. teres and P. loosi all new records for this region.

Hirschmanniella caribbeana sp. n. provenant de mangrove de Guadeloupe est décrit et illustré. Les femelles sont caractérisées par l’extrémité de la queue munie de deux projections latérales digitées encadrant une autre projection plus petite et irrégulière, une région céphalique basse, arrondie, comportant cinq à six anneaux, un stylet long de 17-20 μm, des champs latéraux aréolés, l’intestin ne recouvrant pas le rectum et les phasmides situées au milieu de la queue. Les mâles, nombreux, sont semblables aux femelles à l’exception des caractères sexuels. L’extrémité de la queue des juvéniles porte un mucron simple, pointu et fin. Des notes, des mensurations, des descriptions et illustrations sont données pour Pratylenchus flakkensis, P. jordanensis, P. teres et P. loosi, toutes espèces signalées pour la première fois dans cette région.


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