MORPHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON ROTYLENCHUS GOODEYI LOOF & OOSTENBRINK, 1958 I. Redescription and Variability BY A. COOMANS Instituut voor Dierkunde, Laboratorium voor Invertebraten-Systematiek, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, België Goodey & Seinhorst (1960) established that Rotylenchus goodeyi of Loof & Oostenbrink (1958) was a heterogeneous species. They presented a few data, based mainly on figures and measurements of T. Goodey (1940), to realize the species. Because of the lack of information about this common species, specimens from England, the Netherlands and from Belgium have been studied in detail. MATERIALS AND METHODS English material: and 3 3 6 from five different localities ( Sydenham; Beckenham; Rothamsted; Scilly Isles: Crewkerne, Somerset) collected in February 1938, April 1953, April 1959, August 1961 and November 1960. The specimens were fixed with 5% formalin, a mixture of F.A. 4 : 10 and TAF (TAF,'Glac) or with TAF, then processed through (in most cases) cotton-blue-lactophenol and the rapid Baker method to glycerine. Dutch material: 42 Y ? and 4 o 6 from four different localities (Wageningen; Winschoten; Tegelen; Ruurlo) collected in January 1954, February 1959, March 1953, April 1953, June 1954, September 1958 and December 1951. The speci- mens were fixed with F.A.A. or with F.A. 4 :
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1962
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