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D. The sheath nematode, Hemicycliophora arenaria, a native to California soils



D. The sheath nematode, Hemicycliophora arenaria, a native to California soils



Plant Dis. Reptr. 50: 581-3. bibl. 7



Hymenoclea salsola, a plant native to certain areas of California, was shown to be a host to H. arenaria, a potentially important pest of citrus.

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