Ditylenchus caudatus
Thorne & Malek, 1968
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L = 1.0 mm; V = 75
Lateral fields almost 1/3 body width, marked by 6 incisures. Lip region rounded, not set off. Spear about 10u long with strong basal knobs. Vulva-anus distance about equal to tail length. Ditylenchus caudatus is distinctive because of 6 lines in the lateral field, vulva-anus distance being almost same as tail length, long male tail, and bluntly rounded terminus.