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A New Species of Basirotyleptus and the Male of B. Eximius (Siddiqi & Khan, 1964) Siddiqi & Khan, 1965

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Basirotyleptus rugosus n. sp. is larger than most species so far described in this genus (0.74-0.89 mm). It has two ovaries, the anterior larger than the posterior. Distinguishing features include heavy sclerotisation of the conical portion of the stoma, spear about 20 μ, prominent lateral pores, and extremely wrinkled subcuticle. Only females have been found. Other specimens found appeared conspecific with Basirotyleptus eximius (Siddiqi & Khan) and included males (not previously described). The male has paired adanal supplements, a single ventro-median supplement far forward, and a short reproductive region of the testes.

Affiliations: 1: C.S.I.R.O. Horticultural Research Section, Merbein, Victoria, Australia


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