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Taxonomic and molecular identification of bakernema, criconema, hemicriconemoides, ogma and xenocriconemella species (nematoda: criconematidae).

@article{Cordero2012TaxonomicAM,
  title={Taxonomic and molecular identification of bakernema, criconema, hemicriconemoides, ogma and xenocriconemella species (nematoda: criconematidae).},
  author={Marco Antonio Mateos Cordero and Robert T. Robbins and Allen L. Szalanski},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          427-46
        }
}
Populations of Bakernema inaequale, C. petasum, C. sphagni, C. mutabile, Ogma octangulare, Xenocriconemella macrodora and Hemicriconemoides chitwoodi were identified and re-described from different geographical areas in the continental United States and molecularly characterized. Two new species of spine nematodes Criconema arkaense n. sp. from Washington County and Lee County, Arkansas and Criconema warrenense n. sp from Warren, Bradley County, Arkansas are also described and named. Criconema… 

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