to major RKN species has been found in several cultivars of Coffea arabica or in wild coffee trees that grow in Ethiopia (Curi et al. , 1970 ; Fazuoli & Lordello, 1978 ; Arango et al. , 1982 ; Bertrand et al. , 1995 ). By contrast, several resistant accessions have been identified in C

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other main production countries, such as Guatemala and Mexico (Carneiro & Cofcewicz, 2008; Ferraz, 2008; Lopez-Lima et al. , 2015). Coffea arabica L. is the major coffee species produced in the world, and most cultivars are susceptible to M. paranaensis . Research indicated that wild C. arabica

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still limited (Souza & Bressan-Smith, 2008). In Brazil, the world’s largest producer of Coffea arabica , M. exigua and M. paranaensis are among the species responsible for the greatest economic losses in coffee (Santos et al ., 2018). Meloidogyne exigua is widely disseminated in all Brazil

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