Diagnosis of <i>Peltamigratus christiei</i>, a Plant-Parasitic Nematode Associated with Warm-Season Turgrasses in the Southern United States

Fig. 4A. In death the body of female Peltamigratus christiei (a) is curved, but usually does not form a full spiral. Males (b) are often not curved when dead.



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Diagnosis of Peltamigratus christiei, a Plant-Parasitic Nematode Associated with Warm-Season Turgrasses in the Southern United States