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Studies On Tylenchida (Nematoda) From Marathwada, India, With Descriptions of Four New Species. 1)

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Eleven species of nematodes belonging to the order Tylenchida are reported, associated with plants in Marathwada region, Maharashtra State, India; of these four species are described as new. Trophurus marathwadensis n. sp. is distinguished from T. imperialis Loof, 1956 in having a more slender body, proportionately shorter tail, shorter spear, and smaller spicules and gubernaculum. Telotylenchus housei Raski, Prasad & Swarup, 1964 and Hoplolaimus pararobustus (Sch. Stek. & Teun., 1938) Sher, 1963 are reported. Hoplolaimus sheri n. sp. differs from H. seinhorsti Luc, 1958 in having a relatively more offset head with twenty longitudinal striations on its basal annule, and five nuclei in the oesophageal glands. Aorolaimus intermedius n. sp. differs from all the known species in having no incisures in the lateral fields and the excretory pore anterior to the hemizonid. Helicotylenchus multicinctus (Cobb, 1893) Golden, 1956 is reported and variation in the shape of the basal knobs of the spear in this species is discussed. Hirschmanniella oryzae (Soltwedel, 1889) Luc & Goodey, 1963, Ecphyadophora quadralata Corbett, 1964 and Hemicriconemoides mangiferae Siddiqi, 1961 are reported. Hemicriconemoides mehdii n. sp. differs from H. cocophillus (Loos, 1949) Chitwood & Birchfield, 1957 in having more sheath annules, first labial annule larger than the second, a more anterior vulva, a more posteriorly placed excretory pore and in the posterior part of the tail being narrowed abruptly. H. cocophillus is also reported.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India


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