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Systematics and phylogeny of entomopathogenic nematodes of the genus Steinernema Travassos, 1927



Systematics and phylogeny of entomopathogenic nematodes of the genus Steinernema Travassos, 1927



Parasitic nematodes of plants and insects: 183-200, 314



The history of entomopathogenic nematode studies in Russia begins from the description by I. N. Filipjev of Steinernema feltiae in 1934. A short overview of known steinernematid species is given. Each separate specific description is focused on the characters of juvenile morphology, as having more obvious diagnostic value. Descriptions for 31 known species of Steinernema are mentioned.

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