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Description of Seven New Species and One New Record of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes (Nematoda: Tylenchida) Associated with Economically Important Crops of Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Kashmir (Part-1 of the series)

Zafar Ahmad Handoo1*, Mihail Radu Kantor1 and Ekramullah Khan2

1Mycology and Nematology Genetic Diversity and Biology Laboratory, USDA, ARS, Northeast Area, Beltsville, MD 20705, USA; 2Division of Nematology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi, India. Current address: 2446 Tarpon Bay Drive, Miamisburg, OH 45342.

 
*Correspondence |Zafar. A. Handoo, Mycology and Nematology Genetic Diversity and Biology Laboratory, USDA, ARS, Northeast Area, Beltsville, MD 20705, USA; Email: zafar.handoo@ars.usda.gov

Figure 1:

Helicotylenchus siddiqii sp. nov. A: Oesophageal region of female; B: Anterior end of female; C: Basal bulb of oesophagus; D: Entire female; E: Tail region female.

Figure 2:

Helicotylenchus fotedariensis sp. nov. A: Entire female; B: Oesophageal region of female; C: Tail region of female; D: Vulval region showing gonad.

Figure 3:
Helicotylenchus harwanensis sp. nov. A: Anterior end of female; B: Tail region of female; C: Tail region of male; D: Oesophageal region of male; E: Entire female; F: Entire male.
Figure 4:

Helicotylenchus mushtaqi sp. nov. A: Anterior end of female; B: Entire female; C: Oesophageal region of female; D: Vulval region showing gonads; E: Tail region of female.

Figure 5:

Pratylenchus ekrami Bajaj and Bhatti, 1984. A: Entire female; B: Anterior end of female; C: Oesophageal region of female; D: Anterior end of male; E: Vulval region showing anterior gonad; F: Tail region of female; G: Tail region of male.

Figure 6:

Pratylenchus badawariensis sp. nov. A: Entire female; B: Anterior end of female; C: Oesophageal region of female; D: Vulval region of female showing anterior gonad; E: Tail region of female.

Figure 7:

Boleodorus seshadri sp. nov. A: Oesophageal region of male; B: Vulval region showing posterior uterine sac; C: Anterior end of female; D: Tail region of male; E: Tail region of female showing phasmid.

Figure 8:

Macroposphora iqbali sp. nov. A: Female tail lateral view; B: Anterior end of female; C: En-face view of female; D: Entire female; E: Female tail lateral view. 

Pakistan Journal of Nematology

December

Vol. 38, Iss. 2, Pages 110-185

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