Tylenchoidea


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Tylenchoidea

[tī·lən′kȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A superfamily of mainly soil and insect-associated nematodes in the order Tylenchida with a stylet for piercing live cells and sucking the juices.
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On the classification of the insect parasitic nematodes of the Sphaerulariidae Lubbock, 1861 (tylenchoidea: Nematoda).
Tylenchorhynchus and Merlinius are the same clade and arrange in the Tylenchoidea group in both ITS1 and18S regions (Figs.
similis pertenece al Phyllum Nematoda Rudolphi, 1808, Clase Secernentea (von Linstow, 1905) Dougherty, 1958, Orden Tylenchida Thorne 1949, Superfamilia Tylenchoidea Oerley, 1880, Familia Tylenchidae Oerley, 1880 y Subfamilia Pratylenchinae Thorne, 1949.