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Ditylenchus de.-structor, n. sp., the potato rot nematode, and Ditylenchus dipsaci Filipjev, 1936, the teasel nematode



Ditylenchus de.-structor, n. sp., the potato rot nematode, and Ditylenchus dipsaci Filipjev, 1936, the teasel nematode



Proc Helminthol Soc Washington 12(2): 27-34



D. destructor* is described from the potato in Idaho. Six lateral incisures, eggs as long as the diameter of the worm, and a round terminus distinguish it from D. dipsaci*. The latter sp. is emended and redescr. and the type host listed as the fullers teasel, Dipsacus fullo-num. The term "incisures" is here introduced as a name for the longitudinal markings of Tylenchidae and related nemas, which have been known formerly as "wings" or "lateral striae". D. destructor may essentially destroy a crop or produce only mild lesions; invasion of the potatoes continues during storage; it has been found utilizing the dandelion, Taraxacum officinale, as a host between potato crops. D. dipsaci reported by Kreis as destroying sweet potatoes in Maryland and New Jersey may really be D. destructor.

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