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Title: New reports of Bursaphlenchus species associated with
Authors: Calin, M
Costache, C
Braasch, H
Zaulet, M
Buburuan, L
Petrovan, V
Dumitru, M
Mota, Manuel
Vieira, Paulo
Editors: Belbahri, L
Keywords: Bursaphelenchus
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2014
Publisher: Forest Pathology
Abstract: The 2013 annual monitoring programme for the pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, analysed a total of 267 wood samples collected from declining or symptomatic coniferous trees distributed among national forests, gardens, public parks, distribution centres, wood-processing industries, as well as 104 samples collected from wood packing material originated from several other countries. From a total of eight species found, five have been previously reported from Romania, while three other species (Bursaphelenchus abietinus, Bursa- phelenchus fraudulentus and Bursaphelenchus fuchsi) represent new findings for Romania. In addition, B. mucronatus was found in packing wood originated from Russia. Herein, we provide a morphological, morphometric and molecular characterization for the new species found for Romania. Bursaphelenchus xylophilus was not detected.
Type: article
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