|Anguinidae Nicoll, 1935 (1926)
Procorpus generally separated from the median bulb by a constriction.
Median bulb with or without valves; isthmus generally separated from the
glandular bulb by a constriction; esophageal glands enlarged, generally
overlapping intestine. Oocytes in many rows; columned uterus a long multinucleate
tube. Testes usually with flexures; gubernaculum rarely absent; caudal
alae long but not reaching tail tip. Mature females swollen. Form galls
on above ground parts of higher plants, generally grasses.
Species list - after Ebsary, 1991