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Description Et Cycle Biologique De Heteromorphotylenchus Stelidotae N. G., N. Sp. Et De Heteromorphotylenchus Carpophili N. Sp. (Nematoda, Allantonematidae)

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Heteromorphotylenchus n. g. est caractérisé par l'existence de quatre formes distinctes, avec succession d'une génération sexuée et d'une génération parthénogénétique. Les deux nouvelles espèces décrites sont parasites de la cavité générale de Nitidulidae (Coleoptera) et spécifiques des deux genres Stelidota (Nitidulinae) et Carpophilus (Carpophilinae). Les femelles des deux générations sont ovipares. Les mâles possèdent une bursa. Les Nitidulides femelles parasités sont stériles.

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