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Hemicriconemoides macrodorus n. sp. with observations on two other species of the genus (Nematoda: Criconematidae)

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Hemicriconemoides macrodorus n. sp. is described and illustrated from a bisexual population collected in a natural habitat at Santa Elena, Jaén, southern Spain. The new species falls into the 'group 2', based on lip patterns (Decraemer & Geraert, 1992), which contains 13 other species characterised by a cephalic region with an offset, raised, narrower oral disc, followed by broader head annuli. The main distinctive characters of the new species are: lip region truncate, very long stylet (90-100 μ m), long body 548-750 μ m, R = 127-148, conical tail, VL/VB = 1.0-1.5, spined juvenile cuticular ornamentation (multispined scales, indented at their edges) arranged in ten alternate rows, and male lateral field with four incisures. Morphometric data, illustrations and brief descriptions are presented for an Italian population of H. ortonwilliamsi Ye & Siddiqi, 1994, while, for the first time, morphometric data and illustrations are given for the male and the juvenile of H. alexis Vovlas, 1980.

Hemicriconemoides macrodorus n. sp. et observations sur deux autres espèces du genre (Nematoda: Criconematidae) - Hemicriconemoides macrodorus n. sp. est décrit et figuré d'une population bisexuelle collectée dans un habitat naturel à Santa Elena, Jaén, le Sud d'Espagne. La nouvelle espèce appartient au ''groupe 2'' sur la base de la morphologie labiale (Decraemer & Geraert, 1992), groupe comptant 13 autres espèces caractérisées par une région céphalique avec un disque labial séparé du reste du corps, proéminent et rétréci, suivi des anneaux céphaliques plus larges. Les principaux caractères distinctifs de la nouvelle espèce sont: région labiale tronquée, très long stylet (90-100 μ m), corps long 548-750 μ m, R = 127-148, queue conique, VL/VB = 1.0- 1.5, ornementations cuticulaires des juvéniles avec épines (écailles avec plusieurs épines, indentées sur les côtés) arrangées en dix rangées alternées, et champ latéral du mâle comportant quatre incisures. Des données morphométriques, des illustrations et de brèves descriptions sont présentées pour une population italienne de H. ortonwilliamsi Ye & Siddiqi, 1994, alors que, pour la première fois, des données morphométriques et des illustrations sont produites pour le mâle et les juvéniles de H. alexis Vovlas, 1980.

Affiliations: 1: Istituto di Nematologia Agraria, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Via Amendola 165/A, 70126 Bari, Italy; 2: Instituto de Agricultura Sostenible Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Apto. 4048, Cordóba, Spain

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2000-06-15
2016-12-09

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