Lip region rounded, about one-third as wide as neck base, set off by a constriction. Amphids as wide as head. Spear length about half lip region width. Spear extensions about three times as long as spear. Esophagus with an elongate spindle-shaped swelling anterior to the nerve ring and enlarged in its basal two-fifths by a gradual expansion. This basal enlarged portion is short, glandular and non-muscular, being only two to three times as long, and two-fifths as wide, as the neck width. The sheath of spiral muscles is a conspicuous feature. Anterior female sexual branch occupying about one-fourth the body length; posterior branch a short pouch which generally is filled with spermatozoa. Egg length three times the body width. Female prerectum length about five times body width. A band of nerve tissue surrounds the prerectum just behind its junction with the intestine. A similar band can also be seen on the males. Spicula elongate, arcuate, with a distinct ventral angle. Supplements consisting of the usual adanal pair and three ventromedian ones arranged as a pair about two tail lengths anterior to the anus and a solitary one the same distance anterior to the pair. A series of about 60 pairs of lateral organs present, less prominent than in some other species. Tails of sexes similar.
Habitat: Soil near Long Bridge, Virginia and alfalfa field, Loma, Colorado.