THREE NEW SPECIES OF DORYLAIMOIDES THORNE & SWANGER, 1936, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF XIPHINEMA ORBUM N. SP. (NEMATODA: DORYLAIMOIDEA) BY M. RAFIQ SIDDIQI Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India Three new species of Dorylaimoides viz. D. arcuatus, D. parateres, and D. pakistanensis, are described and a key to various species of the genus added. Xiphinema orbum n. sp. related to X. insigne Loos, 1949, is described from paddy soils of India. Species of the genus Dorylaimoides Thorne & Swanger, 1936, have not been reported from India so far. D. arcuatus n. sp. and D. parateres n. sp., described hereunder were found around banana and citrus roots respectively in India. The third species, D. pakistanensis n. sp., described herein was collected around roots of apricot and guava trees at Haripur (Hazara District), West Pakistan. A dif- ferential key to various species of Dorylaimoides has been given to clarify the relationships of these as well as previously described species. Xiphinema orbum n. sp., obtained from paddy soil samples collected near Patna City (Bihar State), India, is also described. DORYLAIMOIDES ARCUATUS N. SP. (Fig. 1, A-D) Measurements. Female (Holotype). L = 1.O mm; a = 40; b = 5.4;
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1963
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