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Trichodoridae (Nematoda) From Brazil

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Soil samples collected in Bahia State, Brazil, yielded Paratrichodorus minor and five monodelphic trichodorid species. Four of them are described as new species belonging to the genus Allotrichodorus. The females of the new species can mainly be distinguished by the shape of the vaginal sclerotizations. The males of A. sharmai n. sp. can be distinguished by the presence of one ventromedian cervical papilla, the absence of a capitular extension of the spicules and by the spicule length. The males of A. brasiliensis n. sp. can be distinguished by the absence of a ventromedian cervical papilla, the absence of a capitular extension of the spicules, onchiostyle and spicule length. The males of A. longispiculis n. sp. can be distinguished by the presence of one ventral cervical papilla, the absence of a capitular extension of the spicules and by the long distally arcuate spicules. The males of A. loofi n. sp. can be distinguished by the presence of one ventral cervical papilla, the absence of a capitular extension of the spicules and by the short distally curved spicules. The reliability of the morphological characters used in the literature to distinguish Monotrichodorus and Allotrichodorus is discussed together with the taxonomic position of A. westindicus (Rodriguez-Montessoro, Sher & Siddiqi, 1978) n. comb. An emended diagnosis of the genus Allotrichodorus is given and also a key to the females and males.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, K. L. Ledeganckstraat 35, B-9000 Gent, Belgium

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1985-01-01
2016-12-07

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