Genus Eucephalobus
Steiner, 1963
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Definition:  Cephalobinae.  Very close to Cephalobus, differing mainly in that the lateral fields end at the phasmids.  Female tails are usually attenuated to a point, though occasionally rounded.  Male tail usually pointed.

Type species: Eucephalobus oxyuroides (de Man, 1876) Steiner 1936
     syn. Cephalobus oxyuroides de Man, 1876  (E.) oxyuroides de Man, 1876 (Allgen, 1953)
(Description-Goodey, 1963)

DNA Sequences Obtained
Specimen: Collected:
KonzaI AD-119 A Konza Prairie, First survey
KonzaII BB-09 Konza Prairie, First survey

Species found:            at:
E. laevis Konza Prairie, Forensic Project
E. oxyuroidesdddddddd Konza Prairie
E. striatus Konza Prairie, Forensic Project
E. teres Konza Prairie, Forensic Project