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Observations On Trichotylenchus Falciformis Whitehead, 1959

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Among soil samples collected about the roots of rice plants at Yangambi (Congo), coiled larvae and one male of Trichotylenchus falciformis Whitehead 1959 were found in cocoon-like structures. Closer examination revealed six lips and three styletknobs. A new diagnosis of Belonolaiminae and Trichotylenchus is given. A detailed description is given of the female gonads and of the muscles of the gubernaculum and of the spicules.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniversiteit Gent; 2: Leerstoel voor Dierkunde, Rijkslandbouwhogeschool Gent, België


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