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On the Status of Mylonchulus Incurvus Cobb, 1917 and M. Subtenuis Cobb, 1917, With Redescription of M. Sexcristatus (Merzheevskaya, 1951), Description of M. Inflatus N. Sp. and Comment On the Genera Paramylonchulus Jairajpuri & Khan, 1982 and Pakmylonchulus Khan & Sayeed, 1987 (Nematoda: Mononchina)

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Mylonchulus incurvus Cobb, 1917 is redescribed from the lectotype and from new material. The various redescriptions are reviewed; many of them evidently refer to other species. The synonymizations of M. longus Altherr, 1972 and M. macrosoma Altherr, 1976 with M. incurvus are rejected, as well as that of M. incurvus with M. sigmaturus. M. inflatus n. sp. is described from semi-aquatic habitats in the Netherlands; it resembles M. incurvus in tail shape, but has a much smaller buccal cavity and the anterior anal lip is extremely swollen. M. subtenuis Cobb, 1917 is considered species inquirenda. M. sexcristatus (Merzheevskaya, 1951) is redescribed from specimens found in the Netherlands. The genera Paramylonchulus Jairajpuri & Khan, 1982 and Pakmylonchulus Khan & Sayeed, 1987 are considered identical with Mylonchulus.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Nematology, Agricultural University, Wageningen, the Netherlands


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