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Anandranema phlebotophaga n. gen., n. sp. (Allantonematidae: Tylenchida), a new nematode parasite of phlebotomine sand flies (Psychodidae: Diptera) with notes on experimental infections of these insects with parasitic rhabditoids



Anandranema phlebotophaga n. gen., n. sp. (Allantonematidae: Tylenchida), a new nematode parasite of phlebotomine sand flies (Psychodidae: Diptera) with notes on experimental infections of these insects with parasitic rhabditoids



Fundamental and Applied Nematology, 161: 11-16



Anandranema phlebotophaga gen. nov., sp. nov. (Allantonematidae: Tylenchida) is described from the phlebotomine sand fly, Lutzomyia longipalpis (Psychodidae: Diptera) from Colombia. This parasite is characterized by the absence of males, the small size (L = 460-1090 micro m of mature parasites and 277-365 micro m of infectives) and inconspicuous vulvar opening of the infective hermaphrodites and the pleomorphic shape of the mature parasitic hermaphrodites.

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