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Three New Species of Pratylenchus With a Redescription of P. Andinus Lordello, Zamith & Boock, 1961 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae)

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P. andinus is redescribed from one of two species found at the type locality. It has a head with 3 annules, 4 incisures in the lateral field, vulva at 78-81 % and a broadly rounded smooth tail. P. bolivianus n. sp. found on oats and potatoes in Bolivia is a unisexual species with 3 head annules, V at 80-82%, stylet 17-20μm and a subacute, smooth rounded tail. P. wescolagricus n.sp. is described from Cordyline sp. from glasshouses in Scotland. It usually has 4 head annules, V at 79-82%, stylet 17-19μm and a subacute, smooth rounded tail tip; males were not found. P. mediterraneus n.sp. from Israel commonly has males, 3 head annules, vulva at 77-80% and stylet 14-16μm: female tail tip is smooth and broadly rounded to truncate, sometimes notched.

Affiliations: 1: Agricultural and Food Research Council, 160 Great Portland Street, London WIN 6DT, England


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