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Morphological and molecular characterisation of Pratylenchus arlingtoni n. sp., P.convallariae and P.fallax (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae)

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Pratylenchus arlingtoni n. sp. from the rhizosphere of grasses Poa pratensis and Festuca arundinacea at Arlington National Cemetery, VA, USA is characterised by six to eight lines in the lateral field, and pyriform to slightly overlapping pharyngeal glands. Morphological comparisons are made with lesion nematodes having similar morphometrics, six lateral lines, or crenate tail tips. Molecular sequences of the LS 28S rDNA were generated for the new species as well as P.fallax and P.convallariae. The new species differs by only 1% from identical sequences found in P.fallax and P.convallariae.


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