BOOK REVIEWS W. DECRAEMER: The Family Trichodoridae: Stubby Root and Virus Vector Nematodes. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London, 1995, 360 pp. ISBN 0-7923-3773-5. Price: Dfl 210.00; US$ 142.00; UK£ 92.50. (Publication date: 2 November, 1995). The book is divided into nine chapters: 1. Introduction; 2. General Morphology; 3. Systematics; 4. Species descriptions; 5. Keys to the trichodorid species; 6. Economically important species; 7. Ecological aspects: distribution and bionomics; 8. Trichodorids as virus vector nematodes; 9. Agricultural importance and control. The above headings are the actual chapter titles-the titles of some chapters differing slightly between the Contents list and the corpus. A comprehensive bibliography and index are provided together with a list of abbreviations. A short, unbound, Corrigenda is appended. The general presentation is good, the book being bound in hard, laminated covers and printed on a good quality paper. The original line illustrations are beautifully executed with a fine eye for detail-a standard one has come to expect from Decraemer-although the paper on which they are printed is of a lighter weight than ideal. The photomicrographs are numerous and mostly of high quality, only a few being rather murkily reproduced with low contrast. Printing errors are few, some having
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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