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A new species, Bursaphelenchus ulmophilus sp. n., from the hofmanni group is described morphologically and molecularly. This nematode species was found associated with Dutch elm disease of Ulmus glabra in parks of St Petersburg, Russia, and is vectored by adults and larvae of the bark beetles Scolytus multistriatus and S. scolytus. Bursaphelenchus ulmophilus sp. n. is characterised by the following features: body length 600-850 μm, stylet 12-14 μm long with base slightly and smoothly expanded,doi:10.1163/15685411-00002902 fatcat:ibgh5oztszbspbbraj6ujh5dya