Pratylenchus pratensis

 

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Rev 11/19/2019

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Classification:

        Tylenchina
        Tylenchoidea
         Pratylenchidae
          Pratylenchinae

           Pratylenchus pratensis (de Man, 1880) Filipjev, 1936

Meadow Nematode

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Morphology and Anatomy:

Nematode is 0.4-0.5mm long.

Lip region is generally low and flat; tail conical and rounded.

Short ventral overlap of esophagus over intestine.

Females:  Monovarial, uterus prodelphic.

Females are slender.

   

Reported median body size for this species (Length mm; width micrometers; weight micrograms) - Click:

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Distribution:

Europe, South Africa, India. Heavier soils, meadows, permanent pasture.

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Economic Importance:

D-rated pest in California Nematode Pest Rating System.

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Feeding:

    Migratory endoparasite.     
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Hosts:

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Life Cycle:

Ecophysiological Parameters:

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Damage:

 

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Management:

Host Plant Resistance, Non-hosts and Crop Rotation alternatives:

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References:

 

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Copyright © 1999 by Howard Ferris.
Revised: November 19, 2019.