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Bursaphelenchus xylophilus(BURSXY)


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Microphotographs of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus: anterior part, vulval flap, male tail (spicules and bursa) and female tail.

Courtesy: BBA, Germany.

B. xylophilus in an axial resin canal of Pinus densiflora.

Courtesy: Y. Mamiya, Japan.

Pine tree (Pinus thunbergii) in Japan killed by B. xylophilus.

Scattered trees of Pinus thunbergii in Japan, killed by B. xylophilus.

Courtesy: K. Venn, Norway.

Courtesy: Manuel Manuel Galvão de Melo e Mota and Paulo Vieira (Universidade de Evora, PT)

Mortality of Pinus densiflora in Japan, due to B. xylophilus.

Wilting pine trees

Courtesy: Manuel Manuel Galvão de Melo e Mota (Universidade de Evora, PT)