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Title: 4 new species of aphanolaimus-de-man, 1880 (nematoda, araeolaimida) from south-america
Authors: De Waele, Dirk ×
Coomans, Av #
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Gauthier-villars
Series Title: Fundamental and applied nematology vol:16 issue:1 pages:87-95
Abstract: Four new species of Aphanolaimus de Man, 1880 are described from South America. A. aymarae n. sp., characterized by body length 1.4-1.8 mm, amphidial fovea forming a complete circle with faint elevation, lateral field originating at the 27th to 45th annulus, 600-700 annuli, spinneret broadly conoid, terminal part not protruding and V-shaped vagina, A. boliviensis n. sp., characterized by body length 1-1.3 mm, amphidial fovea forming a complete spiral, lateral field originating at the 13th to 18th annulus, 420-520 annuli, spinneret conoid with terminal part slightly narrower, posterior part of stoma sclerotized, straight vagina, spicules 32-33 mum and 7-8 pre-anal supplements and A. quechuae n. sp., characterized by body length 1.2-1.3 mm, amphidial fovea forming a circle without prominent central elevation, lateral field originating at the 6th to 10th annulus, 525-610 annuli, spinneret bluntly conoid, vagina straight, spicules 40-46 mum and 7-8 pre-anal supplements, were found in the Andean region of Bolivia. A. brasiliensis n. sp. was collected from soil around the roots of cacao in Brazil and is characterized by body length 0.6 mm, amphidial fovea forming a single complete spiral with central elevation, lateral field originating at the 13th to 15th annulus, lateral field also indented in the middle of each annulus, 235-269 annuli, cuticle with longitudinal striations and long needle-like spinneret.
ISSN: 1164-5571
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Division of Crop Biotechnics
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