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Two Species of Longidorus From Marathwada Region

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Longidorus indicus n. sp. is described from the soil around the roots of drum stick (Moringa pterigosperma) from Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India, which comes close to L. sylphus Thorne, 1939 and L, africanus Merny, 1966 but differs from both in having the shortest tail and lip region smoothly rounded. A population of Longidorus siddiqii Aboul-Eid, 1970 is described from soil around the roots of arum (Colocasia esculenta Schott) from the same locality. The present specimens agree with the original description in all details except in the absence of flanges on the odontophore and in the more posterior position of the nerve ring.

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


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