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Tylenchina Tylenchoidea Pratylenchidae Pratylenchinae Pratylenchus pratensis
Nematode is 0.4-0.5mm long.
Lip region is generally low and flat; tail conical and rounded.
Short ventral overlap of esophagus over intestine.
Females: Monovarial, uterus prodelphic.
Females are slender.
Europe, South Africa, India. Heavier soils, meadows, permanent pasture.
C-rated pests in California.
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