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Hoplolaimus Tylenchiformis Daday, 1905 (Syn. H. Coronat Us Cobb, 1923) Und Die Gattungen Der Unterfamilie Hoplolaiminae Filipjev, 1936

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A synopsis of the genera of the subfamily Hoplolaiminae is given in the German text. Hoplolaimus coronatus Cobb is synonymized with H. tylenchiformis Daday, and the valid name of the species is therefore Hoplolaimus tylenchiformis Daday, 1905 (syn. H. coronatus Cobb, 1923). Certain species of the old genus Rotylenchus, which have scutellum-like phasmids, are transferred to a new genus Scutellonema n. gen. Similarly a new genus Gottholdsteineria n. gen. is established for the remaining species of the same genus, except R. robustus (de Man, 1876) Filipj ev, 1936, which remains the single species in the genus Rotylenchus s. str. A key to the genera of Hoplolaiminae follows: 1 Phasmids normal, small, pore-like: .. Rotylenchus genus-group 2 - Phasmids extremely large, scutellum-like : .. Hoplolaimus genus-group 4 2 Opening of dorsal esophageal gland about ½ spear length from base of knobs of spear : ..... Helicotylenchus Steiner - Opening of dorsal esophageal gland not more than 1/3 spear length from base of knobs of spear: ........... 3 3 Lip region marked by annules divided into numerous small sections; gubernaculum bearing titillae: ..... Rotylenchus Filipjev - Lip region with transverse annules only; gubernaculum without titillae: ..... Gottholdsteineria n. gen. 4 All three fields of lateral field aerolated by transverse striae; spear knobs anteriorly furcate and pointed: ..... Hoplolaimus Daday - Center field of lateral field smooth, without transverse striae; spear knobs rounded: ..... Scutellonema n. gen.

Affiliations: 1: Egyetemi Allatrendszertani Intezet, Puskin U-3, Budapest V, Ungarn


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