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Description of four new species and four populations of Rotylenchus Nematoda Hoplolaimidae Proposal a tabular key Description de quatre nouvelles especes et de quatre populations de Rotylenchus Nematoda Hoplolaimidae Proposition dune cle tabulaire



Description of four new species and four populations of Rotylenchus Nematoda Hoplolaimidae Proposal a tabular key Description de quatre nouvelles especes et de quatre populations de Rotylenchus Nematoda Hoplolaimidae Proposition dune cle tabulaire



Nematology, 27: 699-718



Four new species from France are described and figured: Rotylenchus ascalpi sp. n., characterised by an annulated, rounded and set off lip region; R. corsicus sp. n., characterised by a rounded, annulated lip region; R. echelimae sp. n., characterised by a truncated, smooth lip region; R. provincialis sp. n., characterised by a conoid rounded, annulated lip region and an unannulated tail terminus. The measurements, figures and main morphological differences in relation to the original descriptions of four other populations are given: Rotylenchus capensis, R. eximius, R. magnus jaeni and R. magnus magnus. An emended diagnosis of the genus, a list of valid species and species inquirendae vel dubiae and a tabular key to species are proposed.

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