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Redescription of Xiphinema nigeriense Luc, 1961 and observations on X. dihysterum Lamberti et al., 1995 and X. mampara Heyns, 1979 (Nematoda: Dorylaimida)

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X. nigeriense Luc, 1961 is redescribed on the basis of type material and specimens from Ivory Coast; the male of this species is described for the first time. X. nigeriense apud Bos and Loof (1985) and apud Sakwe and Coomans (1993) are both considered to be populations of X. dihysterum Lamberti et al., 1995. A population of X. mampara Heyns, 1979 is described from Lesotho. Some data are given on the juvenile stages of X. dihysterum and X. mampara.

Redescription de Xiphinema nigeriense Luc, 1961 et observations sur X. dihysterum Lamberti et al., 1995 et X. mampara Heyns, 1979 (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) - Xiphinema nigeriense Luc, 1961 est redecrit a partir du materiel type et de specimens provenant de Cote d'Ivoire; le male de cette espece est decrit pour la premiere fois. X. nigeriense apud Bos et Loof (1985) et Sakwe et Coomans (1993) est considere comme appartenant a X. dihysterum Lamberti et al., 1995. Une population de X. mampara Heyns, 1979 provenant du Lesotho est decrite. Des donnees sont fournies sur les stades juveniles de ces deux dernieres especes.


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