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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
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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
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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
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Three new species of Nematodes from sugarcane fields in Nigeria
Three new species of plant nematodes belonging to the genus Boleodorus Thorne, 1941 ; Paratylenchus Micoletzky, 1922 and Xiphinema Cobb, 1913 are described from the sugarcane fields in Gengola state,Expand
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Mononchida: The Predatory Soil Nematodes
A unique treatise on the morphology and taxonomy of the order Mononchida. The mononchs represent a group of predatory nematodes that are natural enemies of other soil micro-organisms includingExpand
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Studies On Mononchida of India Ii. the Genera Mononchus, Clarkus N. Gen. and Prionchulus (Family Mononchidae Chitwood, 1937)
This second paper of the series on mononchs of India concerns the family Mononchidae Chitwood, 1937. The genus Mononchus Bastian, 1865 has been split into two genera, Mononchus (type species M.Expand
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Taxonomic Studies On the Genus Tylencholaimus De Man, 1876 (Dorylaimoidea) With a Key To the Species
The genus Tylencholaimus de Man, 1876 is removed from the Dorylaimidae and placed in the Leptonchidae. Consequently the subfamily Tylencholaiminae Filipjev, 1934 is also transferred to Leptonchidae;Expand
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