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A key and diagnostic compendium to the species of the genus pratylenchus filipjev, 1936 (lesion nematodes).

  title={A key and diagnostic compendium to the species of the genus pratylenchus filipjev, 1936 (lesion nematodes).},
  author={Zafar A. Handoo and A. Morgan Golden},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  volume={21 2},
An identification key to 63 species of Pratylenchus is given. A compendium of the most diagnostic characters to be used directly in identification of species is included as a practical alternative and supplement to the key. P. tenuis, P. similis, P. impar, P. ranjani, and P. neocapitatus are recognized as valid species on the basis of study of type specimens. P. hyderabadensis Singh &Gill, 1986 is synonymized with P. dasi Fortuner, 1985. P. hexincisus Taylor &Jenkins, 1957 is confirmed as… 
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