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The Female Gonads and the Oesophageal Structure in the Genus Pseudhalenchus (Nematoda: Tylenchida)

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The genus Pseudhalenchus comprises two species: P. anchilisposomus Tarjan, 1958 and P. minutus Tarjan, 1958. They were put in the same genus because of the similarity in the structure of the anterior end (overlapping oesophageal gland lobe) and because of the posterior position of the vulva with only the anterior gonad developed. A more detailed study of both species showed that P. anchilisposomus has many features in common with representatives of the genus Ditylenchus and that P. mlnutus has a gonad structure found in Tylenchus and in many other Tylenchids.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratorium voor Morfologie, Universiteitstraat 14, Gent, Belgium


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