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Dorylaimida: Free-Living, Predaceous and Plant-Parasitic Nematodes
The Dorylaimida represent a large and very important group of soil and freshwater inhabiting nematodes of great agricultural importance. Both in appearance and mode of life they represent a wideExpand
Studies on Mononchida of India. I. The genera Hadronchus, Iotonchus, and Miconchus and a revised classification of Mononchida, new order.
This is the first paper of the series on mononchs of India; it takes into account species of Hadronchus, Iotonchus, and Miconchus and it also deals with a revised classification of the group.Expand
Helicotylenchus scoticus n.sp. and a conspectus of the genus Helicotylenchus Steiner, 1945 (Tylenchida: Nematoda)
SummaryHelicotylenchus scoticus n. sp. is described. It was found at an altitude of 660 m on the north-west slope of Sgurr Cos na Breachd-laoidh, Scotland, in a rough grassland consistingExpand
Opisthodorylaimus n.gen., and some new and known species of Dorylaimoidea (Nematoda) from India.
SUMMARY A new genus Opisthodorylaimus closely related to Thornenema Andrassy, 1959 and Mesodorylaimus Andrhssy, 1959 is proposed, along with the description of three new species, viz., O. maqsoodi n.Expand
Coomansinema N. Gen. (Nematoda: Dorylaimida) With the Description of C. Dimorphicauda N. Sp
Coomansinema n. gen. is related to Willinema Baqri & Jairajpuri, 1967, Opisthodorylaimus Ahmad & Jairajpuri, 1982 and Mesodorylaimus Andrassy, 1959. It has lip region without sclcrotization, a wideExpand
Observation on Campydora (Nematoda: Dorylaimida)
The above indicates the confusion concerning the various morphological features of Campydora, especially with regard to its feeding apparatus, oesophagus and reproductive organs. In 1964, I foundExpand
Sex Attraction and Copulation in Chiloplacus Symmetricus (Nematoda: Acrobelinae)
Sex attraction was observed in the free-living nematode Chiloplacus symmetricus. Males were strongly attracted to female secretions but females did not respond to male secretions. Males were notExpand
On Micropleura indica Khera, 1951 (Nematoda: Dracunculidae) from a new host Lissemys punctata, with studies on its life history
SummaryThe generic diagnosis of the genus Micropleuravon Linstow, 1906 is emended and M. indicaKhera, 1951 is redescribed and illustrated from a new host, Lissemys punctata. A short account of theExpand