Identification of Dorylaims, Particularly Longidorids and Related Genera
I had been invited by Dr. Fortuner to give a lecture on identification of non parasitic dorylaims, with a special concern for those resembling longidorids. Later, surprisingly, I read in the program that I was expected to talk about the longidorids. Since I had no chance to make this point clear before the workshop, I decided to combine both aspects in my presentation.
KeywordsDorsal Nucleus Tail Shape Related Nest Expert System Technology Radopholus Similis
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