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Heterodera Graminis N. Sp., a Cyst Nematode From Grass in Australia

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Heterodera graminis n. sp. is described from Cynodon dactylon in the Hunter Valley, N.S.W., Australia. Cysts are typical of the "goettingiana" group. This new species (and H. cyperi) differ from other members of this group in having three, instead of four, incisures in the lateral field of the larvae. The new species differs from H. cyperi in having rounder cysts (length to breadth ratio 1.3 in H. graminis and 2.0 in H. cyperi), and by the larvae having longer hyaline tails.

Affiliations: 1: Australian Turf Grass Research Institute, 68 Victoria Ave., Concord West, N.S.W. Australia


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