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New and Known Nematodes Associated with Cotton Plantation in Sindh, Pakistan

New and Known Nematodes Associated with Cotton Plantation in Sindh, Pakistan

Ashfaque Ahmed Nahiyoon1,*, Shahina Fayyaz2 and Nasira Kazi2

1CABI – Opposite 1-A, Data Gunj Bukhsh Road, Satellite Town Rawalpindi-46300
2National Nematological Research Centre, University of Karachi, Karachi-75270

*      Corresponding author: a.ahmed@cabi.org

 

Fig. 1.

Female of Acrobeloides gossypii n. sp.: A, pharyngeal region; B, basal bulb; C, anterior region; D, posterior region; E, vulval region showing PUS; F, reflexed ovary.

Fig. 2.

Male of Acrobeloides gossypii n. sp.: A, whole body; B, pharyngeal region; C, tail region; D, anterior region; E, basal bulb; F, spicules and bifurcated gubernaculum.

Fig. 3.

Tylenchorhynchus ewingi, Hopper (1959): A, oesophageal region of female; B, oesophageal region of male; C, lateral field; D, vulval region; E, female tail; F, male tail.

Fig. 4.

Tylenchorhynchus crassicaudatus, Williams (1960): A, oesophageal region of female; B, oesophageal region of male; C, lateral field; D, vulval region; E, female tail; F, male tail.

Fig. 5.

Pratylenchus pseudofallax, Café-Filho and Huang (1989): A, whole body; B, vulval region; C, oesophageal region; D-E, tail region.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

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