In Country Training On Entomopathogenic Nematology

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1996
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International Institute of Parasitology(IIP)
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Nematodes associated with insects are variously termed entomophilic, entomogenous, entomoparasitic or entomopathogenic. This confusing variation in terminology is in part explained by the diverse range in the types of association between nematodes and insects. Nematodes have been recorded associated with, or parasitic on, many different groups of insects, but seem to be particularly prevalent amongst wood boring beetles, dung beetles and herbivorous insects such as crickets and grasshoppers or the caterpillars of moths and butterflies.
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