|Atylenchinae, with characters of the subfamily. Body slightly flattened
dorsoventrally. Annules prominent. Cephalic region with 4 to 5 annules;
setae tapering to fine points, 6-9 um long. Stylet 17-19 um or as long
as precorpus in female, 17 um long in male, conus slightly shorter than
shaft, knobs rounded. Excretory pore near base of isthmus. Deirids just
above level of excretory pore. Median bulb with prominent valve plates.
Nerve ring crossing isthmus near middle. Basal bulb a little more than
body width long, base offset from intestine. Vulva lacking lateral membranes,
lips not modified. Postvulval uterine sac about one body width long. Testis
single, outstretched. Bursa absent. Spicules tylenchoid, about 200 um long.
Type-species: Atylenchus decalineatus
From: Tylenchida. Siddiqi, Mohammad Rafiq