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Three New Species of Ditylenchus Filipjev, 1936, and Comments On Basiroides Longimatricalis Kazachenko, 1975 (Nematoda: Anguinidae)

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Ditylenchus australiae sp. n. from Australia has six incisures, a strongly developed oesophageal bulb, stylet 9-10 μm, short posterior uterine sac and minutely rounded tail tip. D. exilis sp. n. from Poland has a very thin body, four incisures, elongated oesophageal bulb, stylet 6-8 μm with minute knobs, long spermatheca, short posterior uterine sac and rounded tail tip. D. protensus sp. n. from Poland and Karelia, USSR, has a very thin body, six incisures, stylet 6-7 μm, relatively anteriorly located vulva, posterior uterine sac of medium length, spicules 13-14 μm, and sharply pointed tail tip. Basiroides longimatricalis Kazachenko, 1975 is transferred to Ditylenchus as D. longimatricalis (Kazachenko, 1975) comb. n.

Affiliations: 1: Instytut Warzywnictwa, 96-100 Skierniewice, Poland


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