STUDIES ON XIPHINEMA INGENS LUC & DALMASSO, 1964 AND THE MALE OF LONGIDORUS BREVICAUDATUS (SCHUURMANS STEK- HOVEN 1951 ) THORNE, 1961 (NEMATODA: DORYLAIMIDAE) BY ELI COHN & GIOVANNI P. MARTELLI National & University Institute of Agriculture, Rehovot, Israel, and Istituto di Patologia vegetale, University of Bari, Italy, respectively Additional data on females of Xiphinema ingens Luc & Dalmasso, 1964, found around roots of Prunus spp. in Israel and Italy, are given. Males and larval stages of this species are described and figured. A male of Longidorus brevicaudatus (Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1951) Thorne, 1961 is described and figured. In spring 1963, specimens of Xiphinema collected around roots of Prunes divaricata Ledeb., in Acre, Israel were received by the senior author, at the time on study leave at Rothamsted Experimental Station, England, from G. Minz. One vial contained a few adults and some larvae of an apparently undescribed species of this genus. About the same time a second and larger population of similar animals, from soil around roots of almond (P. amygdalus Batsch.), in an orchard near Bari, Italy, was found and studied by the junior author. The two populations were considered to be identical taxonomically, representing a new species, but
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1964
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