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Steinernema texanum n. sp. (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae), a new entomopathogenic nematode from Texas, USA
Steinernema texanum n. sp. is characterised by morphometrics of the infective juvenile with body length = 756 µm, distance from anterior end to the excretory pore = 59 µm, tail = 73 µm, ratio a = 25, H% = 59 and E% = 81. The lateral field pattern of the new species is 2, 7, 2, and is typical for the species. The male of the first generation can be recognised by the spicule and the gubernaculum lengths and shapes, position of the excretory pore, D% = 67 and GS% = 75. The female can be recogniseddoi:10.1163/156854107781352025 fatcat:y3272vgribca3b5dcjfajfxluu