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Three New Plant-Parasitic Nematodes From the Sudan, With Notes On Xiphinema Basiri Siddiqi, 1959

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Three new species of plant-parasitic nematodes from the Sudan are described. Pratylenchus sudanensis n. sp. is characterized by three lip annules, large oval spermatheca, anterior vulva and plump female tail. Paratrophurus lobatus n. sp. is distinguished chiefly by the overlapping oesophageal glands and by being monosexual. Xiphinema simillimum n. sp. is very close to X. chamhersi Thorne, 1939, but differs in vulva position, tail shape and number of caudal pores. X. basiri Siddiqi, 1959, known so far from India only, occurs in the Sudan also. This species has a distinct Z-organ.

Affiliations: 1: Landbouwhogeschool, Wageningen, Netherlands; 2: Gezira Research Station, Wad Medani, Sudan


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