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Catalogue of Arthropod Parasitic Nematodes of India

By: V Venkat Gantait(Author), Krishnamoorthy Venkataraman(Author)
Catalogue of Arthropod Parasitic Nematodes of India
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Language: English

From the preface:

"Catalogue of Arthropod Parasitic Nematodes of India reports all the nematode species parasitizing different groups of arthropods described and recorded so far from India, including synonyms, type hosts, type localities, type specimens, type accession numbers etc.. A total of 80 species under 2 subgenera, 29 genera, 7 subfamilies, 11 families, 6 superfamilies, one suborder and 4 orders have been reported in this article. Amongst 80 species, one belongs to the order Enoplida, 12 belong to the order Tylenchida, 50 are under the order Oxyurida and the remaining 17 species belong to the order Rhabditida. Enoplida includes one superfamily, one family and one genus; Tylenchicla includes 2 superfamilies, 3 families and 6 genera; Oxyurida includes 2 superfamilies, 4 families, 7 subfamilies and 19 genera; Rhabditida includes one suborder, one superfamily, 3 families, 3 genera and 2 subgenera."

Contents

Preface

1. Introduction
2. Systematic accounts
3. Phylum nematoda
4. Order enoplida
5.  Family mermithidae
6. Order tylenchida
7. Family entaphelenchidae
8. Family Neotylenchidae
9. Family Alantonematidae
10. Order oxyurida
11. Family chitwoodiellidae
12. Family thelastomatidae
13. Family protrelloididae
14. Family blattophilidae
15. Order Rhabditida
16. Family diplogasteridae
17. Family Heterorhabditidae
18. Family steinernematidae

Summary
References
Generic index
Species Index

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By: V Venkat Gantait(Author), Krishnamoorthy Venkataraman(Author)
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