BOOK REVIEWS J. R. LICHTENFELS & M. H. PRITCHARD: A Guide to the Parasitic Collections of the World, 1982, 79 p. American Society of Parasitologists; 1041 New Hampshire Street; Lawrence, 45 66044, U.S.A., US $ 3. This guide includes descriptions of 72 collections of parasites from 25 different countries; the main emphasis is on helminths and protozoans. This booklet is very useful for anyone working in systematic parasitology or for those who want to know where to apply for identification. I hope that in future more people will answer the questionnaire (or will receive it) so that the guide can be extended (e.g. The Netherlands and Belgium have more than one collection). E. GERAERT H. DECKER: Plant Nematodes and their Control, 1981. Amerind Publ. Co., Pvt Ltd., New Delhi. 540 p. This book is the English translation of the Russian translation (1972) of H. Decker's Phytonematologie (1969). Decker's first edition 'Pflanzenparasitäre Nematoden und ihre Bekampfung' (1963) was sold out within a few months and `Phytonematologie' was the second edition of this interesting work. It is one of the U.S.D.A. translations and should find its way to the plant nematologists' book- shelf as the largest part of the book
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1982
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