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Cacopaurus Thorne, 1943
Paratylenchus (Thorne, 1943) Goodey, 1963. However, Raski
and Luc (1987) disagreed with the synonymy and proposed retaining
Cacopaurus as a valid genus.
Cacopaurus is distinguished from the genus
Gracilacus (Raski, 1962) by:
Cuticle thin, bearing minute tubercles.
field with four lines, ornamented with rows of
Labial framework weakly developed.
Stylet very long (92 to 102 µm) in regard to body
Vulva very posteriorly situated; postvulval part very short, conoid.
Uterus with thick
weakly developed, adanal.
Juvenile: Stylet well developed.
[Ref: Raski & Luc, (1987).]
in California Nematode Pest Rating System.
Females have long stylet, swell when mature, and probably do not move once
they start feeding - sessile.
Ghaderi, R., Geraert, E., Karegar, A. 2016. TheTylenchulidae of the World.
Academia Press, Ghent, Belgium
Raski, D.J. and Luc, M. 1987. A reapraisal of Tylenchina (Nemata) 10. The
superfamily Criconematidea Taylor, 1936., Rev. Nematol. 10: 409-444..
Raski, D.J. 1976. Revision of the Genus Paratylenchus Micoletzky, 1922
and Descriptions of New Species. Part III of Three parts--Gracilacus. J.