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On the Plant-Parasitic Nematode Genera Histotylenchus Gen. N. and Telotylenchoides Gen. N. (Telotylenchinae), With Observations On the Genus Paratrophurus Arias (Trophurinae)

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Histotylenchus gen. n. is proposed for H. histoides sp. n. (Type) from soil around roots of Napier grass in Malawi, H. historicus (Jairajpuri & Baqri) comb. n. and H. baoulensis (Netscher & Germani) comb. n. Telotylenchoides gen. n. is proposed for T. housei (Raski et al.) comb. n. (Type) and T. lobatus (Loof & Yassin) comb. n. T. lobatus is briefly described from specimens collected around roots of Citrus nobilis and Ipomoea batatas in Central Sudan. Tylenchorhynchus dissitus Colbran and Tylenchorhynchus bursifer Loof are transferred to Paratrophurus Arias whose diagnosis is emended.

Affiliations: 1: Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England


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