Males. Lip region semi-constricted, more conspicuous than in female bearing, 8 to 10 annules and a terminal cap. Stylet 140 microns (129-153 microns) long with rounded basal knobs; median esophageal bulb elongate, 21 microns (15-28 microns) wide by 25 microns (21-29 microns) long. Male hemizonid about two annules long, anterior to excretory pore, which is more conspicuous than in female and located 226 microns (207-241 microns) from anterior end. Testis outstretched. Spicules arcuate, 50 microns (43-56 microns) long measured laterally on chord of arc; gubernaculum 21 microns (18-22 microns) long with anterior flexure 5.5 microns (4.2-7.0 microns) long. Tail (measured laterally along the chord) about 4 times longer than the anal body width. Phasmid 86 microns (62-116 microns) from tip of tail. Lateral alae in the adults appears as one line extending from the lip region to terminus of tail (three lines in larval stage emerging from eggs).
Immature stages. Larvae emerge from eggs after 4 or 6 days at