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Criconemoides Axeste N. Sp. Associated With Roses in Commercial Greenhouses in New York State

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Eine grosse Anzahl von Criconemoides axeste n. sp. wurde in Rosenwurzeln und in der Erde kommerzieller Glashäuser gefunden. Das Weibchen unterscheidet sich durch eine kleinere Anzahl von Ringeln (45 im Vergleich zu ungefähr 60 bei C. informe (Micoletzky, 1922) Taylor, 1936) sowie durch die vorstehenden 2ten und 3ten Ringel an der Ventralseite und durch ihren rauhen posterioren Rand. Larven zeichnen sich durch ein ovales, perlschnurförmiges kutikulares Muster am posterioren Teil der Ringel aus. Es wurde gefunden, dass die Männchen 1,5% der Nematodenbevölkerung ausmachen.

Affiliations: 1: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Mary-land and Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University. Ornamentals Re-search Laboratory, Farmingdale, New York, U.S.A., respectively


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