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Distribution of Xiphinema and Longidorus Spp. in Strawberry Fields in Belgium and a Method for Their Quantitative Extraction

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La prospection sur la présence de Xiphinema et de Longidorus spp. effectuée dans quatre centres de fraisiers en Belgique a révélé une forte dispersion de ces anguillules. Trois espèces de Longidorus: L. elongatus, L. macrosoma et L. caespiticola ont été trouvées, elle se rencontrent dans les sols lourds et légers. Xiphinema diversicaudatum, la seule espèce rencontrée de ce genre, n'a été trouvée que dans les sols lourds. Sur les terrains infestés par Xiphinema diversicaudatum les plantes de fraisiers de la variété "Régina" manifestent des symptômes de maladie très prononcés, semblables à ceux de la maladie dite "strawberry yellow crinckle". Une méthode, permettant l'extraction quantitative de ces grandes espèces en quelques heures, est décrite.

Affiliations: 1: State Entomological Research Station, Ghent, Belgium

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2016-12-11

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