Molecular characterisation of some stubby root nematodes (Nematoda: Trichodoridae) from the USA and other countries

  title={Molecular characterisation of some stubby root nematodes (Nematoda: Trichodoridae) from the USA and other countries},
  author={S. Subbotin and I. C. D. P. Vera and R. Inserra and V. Chizhov and W. Decraemer},
The stubby root nematodes are world-wide distributed polyphagous root ectoparasites and can cause damage to a wide range of crops and natural vegetation. In this study, 22 valid and putative species of stubby root nematodes were identified in 37 samples collected in Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, and the USA (California, Florida, Minnesota and Nevada). The analysis of 58 new sequences of the D2-D3 expansion fragments of 28S rRNA gene revealed the following species: Nanidorus minor from California… Expand

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