Genus Crocodorylaimus
Andrássy, 1988
Diagnosis:  Dorylaimidae.  Body 1.4-3.5 mm long, slender (a = 42-75).   Lip region continuous with body, lips amalgamated.  Amphids funnel-shaped.  Odontostyle dorylaimoid, 15-20 um long.  Guiding ring single.  Female reproductive system amphidelphic.  Vulva longitudinal or transverse.  Spicules dorylaimoid, supplements consisting of an adanal pair and 12-32 contiguous ventromedian supplements.  Prerectum in males extending well beyond range of supplements.  Tail 3-10 anal body widths long in females; short, conoid in males.

Remarks:  This genus is closely related to Laimydorus Siddiqi, 1969 and Mesodorylaimus Andrássy, 1959, but differs in having a slender body, four yellowish spots around the base of the odotostyle, ventrally curved and narrowly rounded male tail and well-developed caudal papillae.  Jairajpuri and Ahmad (1992) state that Crocodorylaimus Andrássy, 1988 may be a synonym of Laimydorus Siddiqi, 1969.

Type species:  Crocodorylaimus flavomaculatus (von Linstow, 1876) Andrássy, 1988

Species found:       at:
C. paraincae 9 Mile Prairie

Other Species:
C. aequatorialis Andrássy, 1988
C. dadayi (Thorne & Swanger, 1936) Andrássy, 1988
  Syn.: Dorylaimus dadayi Thorne & Swanger, 1936
Mesodorylaimus dadayi (Thorne and Swanger, 1936) Goodey, 1963
Laimydorus dadayi (Thorne and Swanger, 1936) Andrássy, 1969
C. dimorphicus Andrássy, 1988
C. fecundus (Cobb, 1914) Andrássy, 1988
Dorylaimus fecundus Cobb, 1914
Mesodorylaimus fecundus (Cobb, 1914) Goodey, 1963
Laimydorus fecundus (Cobb, 1914) Andrássy, 1986
C. major Andrássy, 1988
C. paraincae (Thorne, 1974) Andrássy, 1988
Laimydorus paraincae Thorne, 1974