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A ribosomal DNA‐based framework for the detection and quantification of stress‐sensitive nematode families in terrestrial habitats
Indigenous communities of soil‐resident nematodes have a high potential for soil health assessment as nematodes are diverse, abundant, trophically heterogeneous and easily extractable from soil. TheExpand
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Revision of the genus Tylencholaimus de Man, 1876. Remaining species.
The present paper deals with the taxonomy of five species belonging to the genus Tylencholaimus de Man, 1876. Two of them are prodelphic: T. stecki Steiner, 1914 and T. vulvulatus Rahman, Jairajpuri,Expand
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New Data On Aorolaimus Perscitus (Doucet, 1980) and Gracilacus Teres Raski, 1976 (Nematoda: Tylenchida) Associated With Olive (Olea Europea L.) in the Province of Jaén, Spain
Two species of tylenchid nematodes associated with olive (Olea europea L.) in the province of Jaen, Southeastern Spain differed morphologically from the original populations. Aorolaimus perscitusExpand
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Rhabditid species (Nematoda, Rhabditida) recorded in peninsular Spain and Balearic Islands
espanolSe presenta una recopilacion de citas previas de especies pertenecientes al orden Rhabditida en la Espana peninsular e Islas Baleares. Se listan ochenta especies de cuarenta generos y doceExpand
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Nematodes of the order Dorylaimida from Andalucia oriental, Spain. The genus Chitwoodius with description of two new species
the genus Chitwoodius are described from natural areas in the province of Jaen, Spain. C. parufuscus sp. n. is characterized by a small size (0.7-1.1 mm), lip region offset by constriction, lipsExpand
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Nematodes of the order Dorylaimida from Andalucia Oriental, Spain: Tylencholaimellus hispanicus sp. n. and two new species of Axonchium Cobb, 1920.
Three new species of Dorylaimida, one belonging to the genus Tylencholaimellus and two to the genus Axonchium, are described from natural areas in southeastern Spain. Tylencholaimellus hispanicus sp.Expand
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