Genus Epidorylaimus
Andrassy, 1986
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    Body small to moderately long, 0.6 to 2.1 mm.  Cuticle smooth or with fine transverse striations, especially on tail.  Lip region offset, lips separate and mostly angular.  Amphids with stirrup-shaped fovea.  Odontostyle 9 to 30 micrometers or one to one-and-a-half lip region widths long; aperture one-third length.  Guiding ring single, thin.  Oesophagus enlarged near middle or posteromedially.  Female reproductive system amphidelphic.  Vulva longitudinal or pore-like, with cuticularised labia.  Males rare, spicules dorylaimoid; lateral guiding pieces present and ventromedian supplements four-nine.  Precloacal space absent between ventromedial row and adanal pair of supplements.  Tail 3.5 to 8.0 anal body widths long, ventrally curved, with pointed tip; similar in sexes.

    Type species: Epidorylaimus lugdunensis (De Man, 1880) Andrassy, 1986

Species found:  at:
E. lugdunensis Konza Prairie

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