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Aphelenchoides Citri N. Sp., Ein Neuer Wurzelparasit Der Zitrone 1)

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Aphelenchoides citri n. sp. was found on the roots of a young lemon tree. Diagnosis: Head slightly offset; cuticle finely striated; lateral fields inconspicuous ; spear long without basal knobs; bulb elongated, about twice as long as wide; esophageal glands free, slender; rectum longer than the anal body diameter, fairly indistinct; vulva at about two-thirds of body-length; ovary relatively short, a posterior uterine sac present; tail very long and filiform; male unknown.

Affiliations: 1: (Institut für Tiersystematik der Universität, Budapest


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