ROTYLENCHUS JAGATPURENSIS SULTAN, 1985, A PARTICULAR FINDING FROM ROMANIA (NEMATODA: TYLENCHIDA)
Specimens of Rotylenchus jagaipurensis were collected from a salted area named Babreve;ile Turda situated near Cluj town in Transylvania province (Romania). The species, firstly described from India by Sultan (1985), is characterized by a high lip region, basal lip annule finely striated. SEM revealed the presence of irregular longitudinal lines on head. The basal head annule is thicker than the foregoing ones. The males are found and described for the first time.