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A revision of the subfarnily Ecphyadophorinae Skarbilovich, 1959 (Tylenchida : Nematoda)

  title={A revision of the subfarnily Ecphyadophorinae Skarbilovich, 1959 (Tylenchida : Nematoda)},
  author={Dewey J. Raski and K Puthenkandathil and Varghese K. Sosamma},
SUMMARY Review of type specimens of some species of Ecphyadophora and Ecphyadophoroides plus new collections of others revealed one new species of Ecphyadophora, three ncw species of Ecphyadophoroides and reaErmed the distinction of three separate genera : Ecphyadophora, Ecphyadophoroides and Epicharinema. Elongate amphidial slits or clefts on dorso-ventrally flattened cephalic regions characterize Ecphyadophoroides, whereas rounded heads with four symmetrical lobes annulate almost to the… 
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