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Caloosia Parlona N. Sp. From Soil Around Roots of Rice and C. Brevicaudata N. Sp. (Nematoda: Hemicycliophoridae) From Soil Around Roots of Citrus From Orissa, India

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Two new species of Caloosia are described and figured. C. parlona n. sp. collected from soil around roots of Oryza sativa L. is distinguished by 1st head annule 21 μm wide, directed forward and outward; 2nd, 23 μm wide, directed outward; b = 5.8-7.2; spear = 75-92 μm; and males with c = 5.1-5.9 and spicules 40-47 μm long. C. brevicaudata n. sp. found in soil around the roots of citrus has the shortest female tail of all the named species in the genus.

Affiliations: 1: ) Division of Nematology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110012; 2: ) A.R.S. Probationer from Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack (Orissa)


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