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Two New Species of Tylenchorhynchus Cobb, 1913 (Nematoda: Belonolaimidae) from Sudan
수단산 위축선충과(참선충목) 두 신종에 대한 보고
- Received : 2010.01.11
- Accepted : 2010.03.16
- Published : 2010.03.30
Two new species of Tylenchorhynchus Cobb, 1913 from sugar cane fields in Sudan, T. sudanensis and T. elamini are described and illustrated. T. sudanensis is characterized by rather medium body size female, L= 0.692 mm long with rather medium stylet length of 20 - 23
Sudan;Sugarcane;Tylenchorhynchus sudanensis n. sp.;Tylenchorhynchus elamini n. sp.
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