Anguina (nematode)

Anguina [1][2][3] (Seed-gall nematode, Seed and leaf gall nematode, Seed gall nematode, Shoot gall nematode) is a genus of plant pathogenic nematodes.


In addition to the type species:

species include:[4]

Former species


  1. ^ Giat et al., 2008. Journal of Nematology
  2. ^ Anguina at Department of Nematology, University of California
  3. ^ "Anguina". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved July 27, 2007. 
  4. ^ Filipév, Ivan Nikolaevič and Stekhoven, Jacobus Hermanus Schuurmans (1959). "The genus Anguina". A Manual of Agricultural Helminthology (second ed.). Leiden, The Nederlands: E. J. Brill. pp. 358–387. 
  5. ^ Kirjanova, E. S. (1955). "Pyrejnaja ugrica – Paranguina agropyri Kirjanova, gen. et sp. n. (Nematoda)". Trudy Zoologichesogo Instituta Akademia Nauk SSR (Proceedings of the Zoological Institute of the USSR Acadamy of Sciences) (in Russian) 18: 42–53. 
  6. ^ Tylenchus balsamophilus in Thorne
  7. ^ Solov'ev, Galina Ivanovna, & Krall, Eĭgo Ludvigovich (1983). Anguina caricis Osokovaya Angvina (Sedge Nematode) (in Russian). Leningrad: Science Press (USSR Acadamy of Sciences. OCLC 12045972). 
  8. ^ Price, P. C.; Fisher, J. M. and Kerr, A. (1979). "On Anguina funesta n. sp. and its association with Corynebacterium sp. in infecting Lolium rigidum". Nematologica 25 (1): 76–85. doi:10.1163/187529279X00406. 
  9. ^ Vera, I. Cid Del Prado, and Maggenti, Armand R. (1984). "A new gall-forming species of Anguina Scopoli, 1777 (Nemata: Anguinidae) on bluegrass, Poa annua L., from the coast of California". Journal of Nematology 16 (4): :386–392. 
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