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On the Genus Helicotylenchus Steiner, 1945 (Nematoda: Tylenchida), With Descriptions of Nine New Species

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The genus Helicotylenchus is discussed and a key to its species given. New species described are H. dihysteroides from tomato soil in Portugal, H. abunaamai from soil around roots of Citrus paradisi, Psidium guajava, Vitis vinifera and Gossypium hirsutum in Sudan; H. conicephalus from soil around roots of Aeolanthus myrianthus in Malawi and Citrus paradisi and Vitis vinifera in Sudan; H. densibullatus and H. talonus from soil around roots of A. myrianthus in Malawi; H. paraplatyurus from cultivated soil in Portugal; H. australis from soil around roots of Nicotiana tabacum in Western Australia; H. orthosomaticus from lucerne soil in Tanzania and H. willmottae from potato soil in India. H. microlobus is considered a valid species. Helicotylenchus annobonensis (Gadea, 1960) comb. n. is proposed for Tylenchorhynchus africanus v. annobonensis of Gadea, 1960.

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


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