Female: Body very small (0.2-0.3 mm), cylindroid-obese (a = 5-8).
Cuticle thin, bearing minute tubercles. Lateral field with four lines,
ornamented with rows of tubercles. Labial framework weakly developed. Stylet
very long (92-102 um) in regard to body size. Vulva very posteriorly situated;
postvulval part very short, conoid. Uterus thick walled. (Bionomics: Females
sedentary on roots of woody plants.)
Male: No stylet. Oesophagus degenerated. Caudal alae weakly developed,
Juvenile: Stylet well developed.