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Paratylenchus Micoletzkyi N. Sp. With the Description of the Allotype of P. Nainianus Edward & Misra, 1963

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Paratylenchus micoletzkyi n. sp. collected from the rhizospheres of Citrus sinensis and Rosa borboniana and the allotype of P. nainianus from the rhizospheres of C. sinensis Osbeck and Ficus carica L. are described. The former is characterised by the presence of prominent pre-oral lobe-like extensions (= "submedian lobes" of Geraert, 1965), nerve ring located at the junction of isthmus with median bulb, and truncate-conoid tail end, by the absence of vulval flaps and marked post-vulval reduction, and by the presence of males having a broadly rounded head and lacking spine-like projections on either side of the cloacal opening. The allotype of P. nainianus is characterised by the narrowly conical somewhat smooth head, continuous with the body contour, annules less than 1 μ wide, lack of spear, excretory pore located 60 μ behind the anterior end, the presence of a hemizonid, ventrally-arcuate spicules and spine-like projections one on either side of the cloaca.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Allahabad Agricultural Institute, Allahabad, U.P., India


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