Pistacia vulnus, Allen & Jensen 1951

Alvani, Somaye, Mahdikhani-Moghadam, Esmat, Rouhani, Hamid & Mohammadi, Abbas, 2016, A checklist of the family Pratylenchidae Thorne, 1949 from Iran, Zootaxa 4079 (2), pp. 179-204: 194

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Pistacia vulnus
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26. P. vulnus  Allen & Jensen 1951

(Pourjam et al. 1997) 12 ♀: L= 540 (450–625) µm; a = 33 (28–35); b = 6.3 (5.3–7.2); b' = 4.3 (3.8–4.9); c = 21 (16–25.5); c' = 3 (2.2–3.6); St = 14 (14–15) µm; V = 82 (79–85)

5 ♂: L= 508 (465–540) µm; a = 37 (36–38); b = 5.5 (4.8–6.1); b' = 4.4 (4–5); c = 22 (21–24); c' = 2.4 (2.2–2.8); St = 14 (13–15) µm; Spicules = 20 (18–22) µm

Associated plants and localities. A. cappadocicum Geld  (north provinces), Acer platanoides  L. (Gilan), cherry (Ardabil and Kordestan), field crops (Alborz, Mazandaran and Sistan and Baluchestan), fig (Gilan, Markazi and Mazandaran), peach (Ardabil and Kordestan), pine (Gilan, Tehran and Zanjan), plum (Ardabil and Kordestan), Robinia pseudoacacia  L. (north provinces), tea (Gilan and Mazandaran) and walnut (Ardabil, Gilan, Kordestan and Mazandaran).

References. Barooti & Geraert 1994; Pourjam et al. 1997 [F]; Damadzadeh, M. et al., Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center of Esfahan, Esfahan, 1998, pers. com; Barooti 1998 [F]; Borhani, A. et al., Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center of Mazandaran, Sari, 2000, pers. com; Golmohammadzadeh Khiaban, N. & Barooti, S, Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, 2002, pers. com; Kheiri et al. 2002 b [F]; Hajieghrari el al. 2005; Barooti, S, Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection, Tehran, 2006, pers. com; Lee et al. 2006; Mohammad Deimi et al. 2008 a; Bakouei et al. 2008; Aliramaji, F. et al., Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, 2010, pers. com; Majd Taheri, Z. et al., Islamic Azad University of Damghan, Damghan, 2010, pers. com [M]; Rafiee et al. 2010; Talezari et al. 2011; Bahmani, J. et al., Science and Research Branch of Islamic Azad University, Tehran, 2012, pers. com; Majd Taheri et al. 2013; Bahmani et al. 2013.

Remarks. The Iranian population of P. vulnus (Pourjam et al. 1997)  corresponds closely to the original description (Allen & Jensen 1951), except that the stylet is slightly shorter (14–15 vs 16–18 µm). The stylet length of the Iranian population, however, is similar to that of the populations measured by Roman & Hirschmann 1969 and Doucet et al. 1996. All of them have only three lip annuli.