Aphelenchoides

Sánchez-Monge, Alcides, Flores, Lorena, Salazar, Luis, Hockland, Sue & Bert, Wim, 2015, An updated list of the plants associated with plant-parasitic Aphelenchoides (Nematoda: Aphelenchoididae) and its implications for plant-parasitism within this genus, Zootaxa 4013 (2), pp. 207-224: 215

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4013.2.3

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:78D07882-590D-44D6-A765-23BE9A6999ED

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FB87F7-FFFD-FFD4-FF56-FEE3E2C2FD5A

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Plazi

scientific name

Aphelenchoides
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Other plant-parasitic Aphelenchoides 

While the MPPA represent 95 % of the total reports, the other 10 species have been reported only from a limited number of plants ( Table 1). Noteworthy, some of them were reported on hosts with records of the MPPA species, and special attention should be paid in such instances for an accurate identification ( Fig. 3View FIGURE 3). Some plant genera could shelter a combination of the following species: A. blastopthorus  + A. subtenuis  on Narcissus  sp. ( Amaryllidaceae  ), A. blastopthorus  + A. fragariae  on Begonia  sp. ( Begoniaceae  ), A. blastopthorus  + A. fragariae  + A. ritzemabosi  + A. subtenuis  on Iris  sp. ( Iridaceae  ), A. fragariae  + A. ritzemabosi  + A. subtenuis  on Colchicum  sp. ( Colchicaceae  ) and A. ritzemabosi  + A. subtenuis  on Tulipa  sp. ( Liliaceae  ). Species reported from a limited number of plant species in particular locations, i.e. A. ensete  , A. nechaleos  and A. paranechaleos  , require more sampling and laboratory tests to confirm their specificity.