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Two New Species in the Family Tylenchidae (Nematoda) From Iran, With a Key To Psilenchus De Man, 1921

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Two new species Psilenchus iranicus n. sp. and Tylenchus cerealis n. sp. are described and illustrated from soil samples from Iran. P. iranicus can be differentiated by the striated lip region, the presence of a postanal intestinal lobe 1.3 to 1.6 anal body-diameters long, the presence of 3 to 4 small separate cells at the level of the rectum, the structure of the lateral fields (in the female) and by the length and shape of the spicules. T. cerealis is distinctive with an open "c" shape on death, a very short tail with rounded terminus, a very short post-uterine branch and a posteriorly placed vulva (75-78%). A key to the present 11 species of Psilenchus is given.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Belgium


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