Meloidogyne paranaensis attacking coffee trees in Espirito Santo State, Brazil

  title={Meloidogyne paranaensis attacking coffee trees in Espirito Santo State, Brazil},
  author={A. F. Barros and R P De Oliveira and La{\'e}rcio Zambolim and A. O. Ferreira and R R Coutinho},
  journal={Australasian Plant Disease Notes},
In 2009, Meloidogyne paranaensis was detected in coffee trees (Coffea arabica var. Catucaí), in the municipality of Baixo Guandu, Espirito Santo State, Brazil. Based on disease symptoms, morphological characteristics of the nematode and isozyme profiles, M. paranaensis was identified. This is the first report of M. paranaensis in Espirito Santo State. 

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