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Rotylenchulus Borealis N. Sp. With a Key To the Species of Rot Ylenchulus

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A new species of the genus Rotylenchulus, R. borealis, is described. It occurs on grasses in the Netherlands and differs from R. reniformis by the more anterior vulva position, the higher vulval cone, the more strongly curved body of the adult female and the slenderer tail. The differences from the other species of the genus are also given and a key is presented. The systematic position of the genus is not yet definitely settled; it seems advisable to place it provisionally in the Hoplolaiminae. This appears to be the first record of a Rotylenchulus species from the temperate zone.

Affiliations: 1: Landbouwhogeschool, Wageningen, Netherlands


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