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Description of Aglenchus microstylus n. sp. (Nematoda, Tylenchidae) from Iran with a modified key to the species of the genus

  title={Description of Aglenchus microstylus n. sp. (Nematoda, Tylenchidae) from Iran with a modified key to the species of the genus},
  author={Manouchehr Husseinvand and Mohammad Reza Abdollahi and Akbar Karegar},
A new species of the genus Aglenchus is described from the rhizosphere of a Montpellier maple tree in the Sepidar region, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province, Iran. Aglenchus microstylus n. sp. is a small nematode characterized by the presence of three incisures in each lateral field, stylet of 7–8 µm length, short post-vulval uterine sac, lateral vulval flaps, straight vagina and elongated-conoid tail, with pointed to finely rounded terminus. The new species differs from all the known species… 
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