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Aphelenchoides Composticola N.Sp. and a. Saprophilus N.Sp. From Mushroom Compost and Rotting Plant Tissues 1)

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Aphelenchoides composticola n.sp., eine Ursache für das Versagen der Pilzbeete, ähnelt A. parietinus, ist aber länger, relativ schlanker und hat drei Incisuren auf dem Seitenfeld anstatt vier. Männchen sind häufig. A. saprophilus n.sp. tritt im Boden und in faulenden Pflanzenteilen auf. Er unterscheidet sich von A. composticola durch seine grössere Breite im Vergleich zur Länge, durch vier Längsincisuren und durch die Form der Spicula. Von A. parietinus unterscheidet er sich durch die Form des weiblichen Schwanzes, die relative Grösse der Eier, das häufige Auftreten von Männchen und, wie A. composticola, durch die Leichtigkeit mit der er auf Agar in Verbindung mit dem Pilz Alternaria tenuis kultiviert werden kann.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden

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