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Supplementary Materials to NEM 3529

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posted on 30.05.2022, 12:34 authored by Natsumi KanzakiNatsumi Kanzaki, Keiko Hamaguchi, Tatsuya Ide

  

Supplementary Fig. S1. Geographical relationships among collection sites of Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis materials.

Supplementary Fig. S2. Right lateral view of Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis NKZ280. A: Lip and stylet region; B: Body surface showing four-lined lateral field; C: Pharyngeal region in two different focal planes (P-I = pharyngo-intestinal junction; Hem = hemizonid; NR = nerve ring; EP = secretory-excretory pore); D: Female genital tract (Ov = ovary; Sp = spermatheca; Cr: crustaformeria; Ut = uterus; V = vulva; PUS = post-uterine sac).

Supplementary Fig. S3. Right lateral view of male tail of Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis NKZ280 in four different focal planes (Cl = cloacal opening; P + number = genital papillae labelled according to Ryss et al. (2005)).

Supplementary Fig. S4. Right lateral view of female tail of Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis NKZ280. A: Whole tail in two different focal planes to show anal position (An = anus); B-P: Variation of tail tip shape.

Supplementary Fig. S5. Right lateral view of female tail of Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis NKZ281. A: Whole tail in two different focal planes to show anal position (An = anus); B-J: Variation of tail tip shape.

Supplementary Table S1. Aligned ITS sequences of three Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis strains in FASTA format.

Supplementary Table S2. Aligned mtCOI sequences of three Bursaphelenchus tadamiensis strains in FASTA format.

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