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The Genera Filenchus Andrassy, 1954, Sakia Khan, 1964, Boleodor Us Thorne, 1941 and Basiria Siddiqi, 1959 (Nemata: Tylenchida) From Sudan

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Six species belonging to the genus Filenchus and one species to each of the genera Sakia, Boleodorus and Basiria were found in soil samples collected from the rhizosphere of ornamentals and fruit trees in Central and Eastern Sudan; other samples were collected from water springs, stagnant water and natural vegetation in Western Sudan. Scanning electron microscopy en face views of Filenchus species showed symmetrical or asymetrical, rectangular labial plate with more or less rounded corners, each with a pair of minute cephalic papillae and amphidial apertures as regular or irregular longitudinal grooves. Sakia alii was reported for the first time outside India. Both Boleodorus acurvus and Basiria graminophila showed tails with refractive tips.

Affiliations: 1: Instituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Ledeganckstraat 35, 9000 Gent, Belgium


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