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Tylenchus (Irantylenchus) Clavidorus N.Sp. and Merlinius Camelliae N. Sp. (Tylenchida: Nematoda) From Iran

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Tylenchus (Irantylenchus) clavidorus n. subgen., n. sp. is characterized by its moderately developed spear with a rounded to clavated basal swelling; by the ventral junction of oesophageal lumen with spear base (spear lumen), and by the position of the dorsal oesophageal gland-outlet (half to one spear length behind spear base). Tylenchus vicinus Szczygiel, 1970 belongs also to this subgenus. Merlinius camelliae n. sp. is distinguished by the annulated tail tip with thickened cuticle, by an offset spermatheca, by the spicula with curved and notched distal end and by the strongly curved gubernaculum.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Ledeganckstraat 35, Gent, Belgium


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