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Tylenchida Tylenchina Criconematoidea Tylenchulidae Tylenchulinae Sphaeronema californicum (Raski and Sher, 1952) Synonyms: Goodeyella (Siddiqi, 1986) Tumiota (Siddiqi, 1986) Macroposthonia (de Man, 1921)
|All stages: Excretory
pore situated close to
level of nerve ring.
Vulva appearing as terminal, and anus as dorsal.
Uterine wall thickened.
|Male: No stylet.
Spicular sheath present.
[Ref: Raski & Luc, Rev. Nematol. 10(4):409-444 (1987).]
Tomales Bay, and several other locations in California.
Laurel, and others.
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