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Some Remarkable Tylenchida From Korea

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Four species of Tylenchida from Korea are discussed: Hemicriconemoides varionodus n. sp. is characterized by rounded stylet knobs, 102-112 body annules, continuous rounded lip region and conical tail. A second population of Merlinius koreanus contained males with a variable bursa structure; one of them showed a tail resembling that of the female. One male of Eutylenchus africanus was present and Rotylenchus orientalis, exceptional for the posterior position of vulva and dorsal oesophageal gland opening, was also found.

Affiliations: 1: Dept. Horticulture, Kyung-Pook Nat. Univ. Taegu, Korea and Inst. Dierkunde, Ledeganckstraat 35, Gent, Belgium respectively


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