Subanguina

 

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Classification:   

      Tylenchida
       Tylenchina
        Tylenchoidea
         Anguinidae

          Subanguina (Paramonov, 1967)

    Synonyms:
      Heteroanguina (Chizhov, 1980)
      Afrina (Brzeski, 1981) (although the synonymy has not been generally accepted)
      Mesoanguina (Chizhov & Subbotin, 1985)

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Morphology and Anatomy:

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Median bulb with valves.

Isthmus may be separated from glandular bulb by a constriction.

Esophageal glands may or may not overlap the beginning of the intestine.  

Females:  Mature females swollen or not swollen.

Oocytes in one/two rows; columned uterus with four long rows of cells (about eight/twelve cells per row).  

 

Males: Testis usually without flexures.

Bursa medium sized to long, but not reaching tail end. 

[Ref: Fortuner and Maggenti,  (1987).]


Body size range for the species of this genus in the database - Click:
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Distribution:

 

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Economic Importance:

 

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Feeding:

      Form galls on root and/or above-ground parts of higher plants. Subanguina radicicola differs from related taxa by forming galls on roots rather than above-ground plant parts.

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Hosts:

 
For an extensive host range list for this genus, click
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Life Cycle:

For Ecophysiological Parameters for this genus, click 
 
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Damage:

 

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Management:

 

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References:

Fortuner and Maggenti 1987. Rev. Nematol. 10:163-176.

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