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Tylenchid nematodes found on the Nunatak Basen, East Antarctica

@article{Ryss2005TylenchidNF,
  title={Tylenchid nematodes found on the Nunatak Basen, East Antarctica},
  author={Aleksandr {\^u}r'evi{\vc} Ryss and Sven Bostr{\"o}m and Bj{\"o}rn Sohlenius},
  journal={Annales Zoologici},
  year={2005},
  volume={55},
  pages={315-324}
}
— One new, four known and one unidentified species of tylenchid nematodes are described from samples collected on the nunatak Basen, Vestfjella, Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica. Apratylenchoides joenssoni sp. nov. differs from the only other known species of Apratylenchoides, A. belli Sher, 1973, in having a pumpkin-like spermatheca, shorter dorsal gland lobe, longer tail, and crenate tail tip. Pratylenchus andinus Lordello, Zamith et Boock, 1961, Tylenchorhynchus maximus Allen, 1955… 

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