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The Female Gonad in the Subfamily Hoplolaiminae With a Note On the Spermatheca of Tylenchorhynchus

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A morphologically similar spermatheca was found in the gonads of monosexual and bisexual species of all six genera of the subfamily Hoplolaiminae Filipjev: Hoplolaimus Daday, Scutellonema Andrássy, Aorolaimus Sher, Peltamigratus Sher, Rotylenchus Filipjev and Helicotylenchus Steiner, and of Tylenchorhynchus Cobb. The offset "spermagonium" reported in some monosexual Helicotylenchus species is thought to be an offset spermatheca. Reproduction in monosexual species in all genera studied is probably parthenogenetic. Some apparently monosexual Helicotylenchus species may occasionally be impregnated by males.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, Herts, England


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