|Female: Similar to Pratylenchus
in general shape and size.
Secondary sexual dimorphism strongly marked.
Two female genital branches equally developed (diovarial,
amphidelphic) or, more rarely, posterior branch more or less reduced,
degenerated and nonfunctional.
Female lip area low, not offset; by SEM, lateral sectors narrow,
but expanded posteriorly on succeeding lip annules; submedial
sectors completely fused together and with the labial
glands in line, with long dorsal overlap of the
Esophago-intestinal valve not well developed.
Tail long (c'=2.4), tapering to terminus rounded or almost pointed.
at mid-tail, or slightly anterior.