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Nacobbus Serendipiticus N.Sp., a Root-Galling Nematode From Tomatoes in England

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Nacobbus serendipiticus n.sp. verursacht Gallen an Tomatenwurzeln. Er unterscheidet sich von N. dorsalis durch die Form des reifen Weibchens, den Schwanz des Männchens und die Lage der Vulva beim jungen Weibchen. Von N. aberrans weicht er in der Grösse des Oesophagus beim reifen Weibchen und der Lage der Phasmiden beim jungen Weibchen ab. Von N. batatiformis unterscheidet er sich durch das Fehlen einer Spermatheca beim reifen Weibchen, die Lage der Phasmiden beim jungen Weibchen, die Grösse der Eier, die Länge des Oesophagus und die Form des Seitenfeldes bei den Larven.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, England


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