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Description Et Cycle Biologique De Howardula Madecassa N. Sp. Et Howardula Truncati N. Sp. (Nematoda: Sphaerulariidae) Parasites De Carpophilus (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae)

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La première espèce décrite, Howardula madecassa n. sp., est caractérisée par la forme du stylet et l'importance des glandes oesophagiennes de la femelle, par l'absence de la bursa et la forme des spicules. La seconde, Howardula truncati n. sp. est très voisine de H. madecassa. Elle est caractérisée par la forme de la femelle gravide et la présence d'une bursa. Les cycles des hôtes et des parasites ont été reproduits en laboratoire. Les larves quittent l'hôte par l'intestin. Deux jours plus tard, la femelle, fécondée après avoir subi deux mues, est susceptible de pénétrer dans un nouvel hôte.

Affiliations: 1: Office de la Recherche Scientifique et Technique Outre-Mer, Tananarive, Madagascar


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