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Anguillulina a skenasyi (Butschli, 1873) ), a gallforming nematode parasite of the common fern moss, Thuidium delicatulum (L.) Hedw

, : Anguillulina a skenasyi (Butschli, 1873) ), a gallforming nematode parasite of the common fern moss, Thuidium delicatulum (L.) Hedw. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 26: 10, 410-414

Steiner gives a well illustrated description of Anguillulina askenasyi (Butschli, 1873) a species which causes galls on certain mosses. It was made a synonym of Anguillulina dipsaci by Ritzema Bos in 1888 but Steiner reestablishes it as a distinct species and differentiates it from A. dipsaci on the grounds of its stouter build, the more anterior position of the vulva, the shape of the male caudal alae and the shape of the eggs.


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