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J. Agr. Sci. Tech
Three species belonging to three genera of the family Tylenchidae, namely, Cephalenchus leptus, Eutylenchus excretorius, and Lelenchus leptosoma were discovered as first reports for Iran's nematode fauna. They were characterized by morphological, morphometric and molecular phylogenetic studies. The two latter genera are new for Iran. Iranian population of Cephalenchus leptus is characterized by lateral field with six lines in females, stylet length of 16-20 µm and tail length of 153-290 µm withfatcat:hiua6rbs6rcyvncstglc63ye6a