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Gracilacus Peperpotti N. Sp. (Nematoda, Paratylenchidae) Found in a Surinam Coffee Plantation Soil

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A new species of the genus Gracilacus, G. peperpotti, is described and figured. This species was found in heavy clay soil in a coffee plantation in Surinam. G. peperpotti is distinguished from all species in the genus but G. elegans by two lines in the lateral field; it differs from G. elegans in having a much shorter stylet. The key to the species of Gracilacus, as given by Raski, is adapted to accommodate this new species and the recently described G. capitatus Adams & Eichenmuller, 1962.

Affiliations: 1: Landbouwhogeschool, Wageningen, The Netherlands


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