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Anguina Mobilis N. Sp., a Parasite of Capeweed (Arctotheca Calendula)

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Anguina mobilis n. sp. which parasitises capeweed, has a large post-vulval uterine sac in the female and the spicules of the male have a broad massive head separated from the shaft by a sharp bulge. The first moult takes place in the egg. During the second moult, the genital primordium in the female larva moves posteriorly and after the moult lies about 1/4 of a body length from the tail tip, whereas in the male larva it retains the mid-way position. Thus the sexes can be distinguished from the second moult. The generation time in the field during winter was about 7 weeks and of this time about 10-11 days was spent in embryological development.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Pathology, Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Glen Osmond, South Australia 5064


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