& Bell, 1981)
The separation of Rotylenchus and
Pararotylenchus was based on several factors, peraps the most important
being that the esophageal glands in Pararotylenchus are enclosed in a
terminal bulb rather that ovrlapping the intestine (Baldwin and Bell, 1981).
Brzeski and Choi (1998) rejected the importance of that distinction and
proposed the synonymization of Rotylenchus and Pararotylenchulus.
in California Nematode Pest Rating System.
Baldwin, J.G. and A.H. Bell. 1981. Pararotylenchus n.
gen.(Pararotylenchinae n. subfam., Hoplolaimidae) with six new species and two
new combinations. J. Nematology 13:111-128.
Brzeski, M.W, and Choi, Y.E. 1998.
Synonymisation of Rotylenchus Filipjev, 1936 and Pararotylenchus
Baldwin & Bell,
1981 (Nematoda: Hoplolaimidae). Nematologica 44: 45-48.
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