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Heterodera Hordecalis N.Sp. (Nematoda : Heteroderidae) a Cyst Nematode of Cereals and Grasses in Southern Sweden

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Heterodera hordecalis n.sp. occurs commonly in light soils in southern Sweden, where cereals (especially barley and rye) and grasses are hosts. The cysts resemble those of H. latipons but are generally paler in colour and the cyst wall is more transparent. The vulval cone is usually more pointed and the bridge is on average narrower than in H. latipons. The length of the vulval slit is 17-25 μm, compared with 6-9 μm in H. latipons.

Affiliations: 1: National Swedish Institute for Plant Protection, S-230 47, Akarp, Sweden


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