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Criconematids of Kalesar forests and Morni Hills of Haryana, India






Indian Journal of Nematology 28(2): 150-158

Criconematids of Kalesar forests and Morni Hills of Haryana, India

Twenty-one species of criconematids found associated with the natural flora of Kalesar forests and Morni Hills of Haryana, India are listed.


Accession: 003395239



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