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Description of Pratylenchoides camachoi n. sp. (Pratylenchidae: Tylenchida) from Spain

AuthorsGómez Barcina, Antonio; Castillo, Pablo ; González País, Angelines
Issue Date1990
PublisherSociety of Nematologists
CitationJournal of Nematology 22, 214-219.
AbstractPratylenchoides camachoi n. sp. from rosemary (Rosmarinus ojficinalis L.) in Sierra De Cazorla in southeastern Spain is described and illustrated. Pratyl¢nchoides camachoi n. sp. is a bisexual species characterized by a cylindroid, sometimes clavate-shaped, male tail with a uniquely shaped smooth, rounded terminus. Females are characterized by a short esophageal overlap and six lines in the lateral field, which reduce to four in the tail region; not areolated except outer bands in the esophageal and tail regions.
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