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Studies On Aphelenchoidea (Nematoda) From Marathwada, India, With Descriptions of Three New Species and a Discussion On the Validity of Aphelenchus Radicicolus (Cobb, 1913) Steiner, 19311)

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The validity of Aphelenchus radicicolus, as distinct from A. avenae Bastian, 1865, is discussed. Seinura aurangabadensis n. sp. has a spear without basal knobs, measuring 19-20.5 μ in length ; excretory pore just behind the metacorpus and anterior to the nerve ring; vulva at 73-75.5% and postvulval uterine branch absent. S. paratenuicaudata Geraert, 1962 is reported. S. indica n. sp. has a spear without basal knobs; cuticle transversely striated, with striae about 1.2 μ apart; lateral fields with five incisures; excretory pore posterior to nerve ring; vulva at 69-70%; postvulval uterine branch slightly less than vulval body width long and the tail shorter than the vulva-anus distance, with filiform terminus. Aphelenchoides goldeni n. sp. has a spear without basal knobs and the tail about seven anal body widths long with three mucronate projections at the tip. It differs from A. andrassyi Husain & Khan, 1967 in having two incisures in the lateral field and a longer spear (14-15 μ).

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


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