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Central African Nematodes. III. Anguina Hyparrheniae N. Sp. Associated With 'Witches' Broom of Hyparrhenia Spp

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Anguina hyparrheniae is a new species associated with a "witches' broom" condition of the inflorescences of several species of the tropical grass, Hyparrhenia. The nematode most closely resembles A. spermophaga Steiner, but differs from it in the size and shape of the terminal process of the tail of both sexes and in having a smaller female gonad with no flexures and a larger post-uterine sac. The male also has a shorter tail than that of A. spermophaga.

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


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