Pratylenchus brachyurus, (Godfrey, 1929) Filipjev & Schuurmans Stekhoven 1941, (Godfrey, 1929) Filipjev & Schuurmans Stekhoven, 1941

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: 184-185

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Pratylenchus brachyurus
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3. P. brachyurus   (Godfrey, 1929) Filipjev & Schuurmans Stekhoven 1941

Syn: P. leiocephalus Steiner 1949  

P. steineri Lordello, Zamith & Boock 1954  

(present study) 7 ♀: L= 582.2 (472–729) µm; a = 26.4 (22.4–30.3); b = 6.1 (5.7–6.7); b ´ = 4.9 (4.3–5.6); c = 22.2 (17.4–27.9); c' = 2.1 (1.9–2.4); St = 19.2 (17–21) µm; V = 83 (81.4–84.5); V ´ = 87 (85.8–87.7)

Associated plants and localities. Crocus sativus   (South Khorasan), olive (Sistan and Baluchestan), potato (Tehran), rapeseed (North Khorasan), sugar beet (West Azerbaijan), tea (Gilan and Mazandaran) and wheat (Kohgiluyeh and Boyer –Ahmad).

References. Barooti, S. et al., Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection, Tehran, 2002, pers. com; Khezrinejad, N. & Niknam, Gh, Islamic Azad University of Mahabad, Uremia, 2004, pers. com; Tanha Maafi et al. 2004, 2005; Khezrinejad, N. et al., Islamic Azad University of Mahabad, Uremia, 2006, pers. com; Baadl, S. et al., Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, 2010, pers. com; Abdollahi 2010; Mirghasemi, S.N. et al., Gilan University, Rasht, 2014, pers. com; present study.

Remarks. The Iranian population of P. brachyurus   (present study), closely corresponds to the original description (Godfrey 1929). It is characterized by having a labial region with two annuli, the anterior one being angular, lateral fields with four lines, stylet with well –developed basal knobs, vulva at 81.4–84.5 % of body length, postvulval uterine sac less than one body diameter long, spermatheca inconspicuous, non functional, and tail broadly conoid, truncate or spathulate at tip (present study).