Het koolcystenaaltje, heterodera cruciferae Franklin, 1945, in Nederland

@article{Oostenbrink2005HetKH,
  title={Het koolcystenaaltje, heterodera cruciferae Franklin, 1945, in Nederland},
  author={M. Oostenbrink and H. Ouden},
  journal={Tijdschrift Over Plantenziekten},
  year={2005},
  volume={59},
  pages={95-100}
}
SummaryHeterodera cruciferae is found in the Netherlands in five different locations, living on cabbage, rape and rapeseed, whereas beets are not attacked. ThisHeterodera is distinguished from nearly all otherHeterodera's known in Europe by its small, red brown, roundish lemon-shaped cysts and its short, thick larvae(Fig. 1, 2, 3, 5). The only exception isHeterodera humuli, which has however a thinner cyst wall of a lighter colour with a conspicuous, coarse, irregular punctation and larva… Expand

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Morfologische verschillen tussen de belangrijkste heterodera-soorten in nederland
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Examination of many populations and experience in practical survey and advisory work have shown, that the 6 important species in the Netherlands can be separated on the base of cyst shape, with Morphological differences between the cyst-forming species ofHerodera briefly discussed. Expand
Morfologische verschillen tussen de belangrijkste Heterodera-soorten in Nederland
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Examination of many populations and experience in practical survey and advisory work have shown, that the 6 important species in the Netherlands can be separated on the base of cyst shape, more difficult to describe than to observe in vivo. Expand

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