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A species of rhabditid nematode which infect Flammulina velutipes and the syndrome caused by combined inoculation of the nematode and fungi (Cladobotryum varium Nees) on Flammulina velutipes



A species of rhabditid nematode which infect Flammulina velutipes and the syndrome caused by combined inoculation of the nematode and fungi (Cladobotryum varium Nees) on Flammulina velutipes



Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis 11(4): 205-207



Tylopharynx foetidus was found while investigating the soft rot of F. velutipes (caused by C. varium). The nematode exhibited strong pathogenicity to the mycelia and fruit body of F. velutipes.

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