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Three New Tylenchs (Nematoda) From Australia

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Tylenchorhynchus tobari n. sp., monosexual, L = 0.61-0.77 mm, V = 51-56, stylet = 17-19 μm, is distinguished by its four-lobed lip region with thin four-lobed disc, narrow body annules with longitudinal striae on neck, cuticular markings in mid ventral line behind vulva, about 50 annules on tail, non-annulated terminus. Tylenchorhynchus velatus n. sp., bisexual, L = 0.66-0.80 mm, V = 51-57, stylet = 22-25 μm, is distinguished by its six-lobed lip region with thin oval disc, vulval sheath about 10 μm long, tail with about 25 annules, annulated terminus. Morulaimus simplex n. sp., bisexual, L = 1.15-1.61 mm, V = 51-59, stylet = 62-74 μm, is distinguished by its continuous lip region less elaborately divided than in other known species, inconspicuous labial framework, prominent sclerotisation behind basal plate, tail with 35-45 annules, terminus annulated.

Affiliations: 1: CSIRO Division of Horticultural Research Merbein, Victoria, 3505, Australia


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