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Description of Filenchus Recisus Sp. N. and Observations On F. Thornei "England Population" and F. Ditissimus (Nematoda: Tylenchidae) From Mushroom Casing Material

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A new species of the genus Filenchus Andrássy, 1954 (sensu Raski & Geraert, 1987) is described from mushroom casing material (moss-peat + chalk) in England and observations on F. thornei "England population" and F. ditissimus are given. F. recisus sp. n. is characterised by a lateral field with two incisures and by the narrow body annules ( < 1.5 5 μm). The new species is distinguished from other members of the genus by the position of vulva (V = 61-68.5) and the length of stylet (5-6 μm), oesophagus (60-84 μm), tail (68-102 μm) and body (338-416 μm).

Affiliations: 1: Microbiology and Crop Protection Department, Horticulture Research International, Worthing Road, Littlehampton, W. Sussex BN17 6LP, U.K.


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