Syn.: Dorylaimus vestibulifer apud Thorne
& Swanger, 1936
Female: a = 30; b = 4.3; c = 41
Male: a = 31; b = 4.1; c = 40
Lip region set off, the lips moderately distinct; spear slightly longer
than width of lip region, the aperture occupying about one-fourth its length;
guiding ring massive, cutinized; pharynx unusually spacious; esophagus
expanded rather suddenly near middle; cardia pyriform, as long as the esophagus
width at base; rectum slightly longer than tail; prerectum twice as long
as rectum; male prerectum reaching to near the middle of the supplements;
supplements 11-21, closely approximated, the series beginning just anterior
to the spicula.
Habitat: Collected by Micoletzky in forest soil, Austria.
The accompanying measurements, figures and description from specimens found
at the summit of Long's Peak, Colorado, U.S.A. Elevation 14,255 feet.
(Description- Thorne & Swanger, 1936)
DNA Sequences Obtained
||Long's Peak, Colorado