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The Aphelenchina: Bud, leaf, and insect nematodes


, : The Aphelenchina: Bud, leaf, and insect nematodes. Manual of Agricultural Nematology: 465-507

After a brief introduction to this suborder, short morphological descriptions and bionomics of the 32 genera are given.

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