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Common bean (Phaseolusvulgaris L.) is one of the most important crops in Brazil and worldwide (FAO, 2015). Brazil is the second largest producer of the world and the main producer of beans in the Americas, with a total production of 3,435,370 t in approximately 3,152.917 ha (IBGE, 2013).
There are numerous limiting factors to common bean production, among them the phytonematodes occurrence. This plant species is usually infected by many nematode species, but Meloidogyne spp. (i.e. M. incognita, M. javanica and M. arenaria) are