• Corpus ID: 9120890

Heterodera raskii n. sp. (Heteroderidae: Tylenchina), a Cyst Nematode on Grass, from Hyderabad, India.

  title={Heterodera raskii n. sp. (Heteroderidae: Tylenchina), a Cyst Nematode on Grass, from Hyderabad, India.},
  author={C. P. Basnet and Aiswarya Jayaprakash},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  volume={16 3},
Heterodera raskii n. sp. is described and illustrated from specimens collected from roots of bulb grass, Cyperus bulbosus, in Hyderabad, India. The new species belongs to the 'goettingiana' group and differs from closely related H. cyperi by the elongate ovoid shaped cysts and females, greater fenestral length, width, vulval slit, and absence of egg sac. The stylet knob shape was round in second-stage juveniles and posteriorly sloping in females and males of H. raskii n. sp., while it was… 

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