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Biology and ecology of Hoplolaimus indieus (Hoplolaiminae : Nematoda). I. The life stages and the feeding behaviour



Biology and ecology of Hoplolaimus indieus (Hoplolaiminae : Nematoda). I. The life stages and the feeding behaviour



Nematologica, 17: 1, 69-74



The life-history and biology of Hoplolaimus indicus, commonly found in soils in Punjab, India, was studied in laboratory cultures on tomato at 30 degrees C. There are 4 moults, the first in the egg: measure-ments of all stages are given. Feeding on tomato roots in sterile agar culture is described: it is ectoparasitic, mainly in the cortex with the anterior part of the body embedded.

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