Eudorylaimus junctus
(Cobb in Thorne & Swanger, 1936) Andrássy, 1959
syn.: Dorylaimus junctus Cobb in Thorne & Swanger, 1936
Photo Gallery- Forensic Nematology

1.8 9.1 20.0 45 96  

.9 mm 
1.1 2.7 2.7 3.3 2.1  
Female: a = 27, b = 3.6; c = 21 


Lips well amalgamated, set off by a faint depression; spear one and one-half times as long and one-sixth as wide as lip region, the aperture occupying one-fourth its length; esophagus gradually enlarged behind middle, its posterior portion one-half as wide as neck; prerectum three to four times as long as corresponding body diameter; tail ventrally arcuate to the blunt terminus. which is one-fifth as wide as the body diameter.

General description:  Intestine three-fifths the body width, three to four cells to a circumference; rectum length equal to anal body diameter; lateral cord one-fourth as wide as body.  Ovaries reflexed two-fifths the distance to the vulva.

Habitat: Moist, sandy, meadow soils from various localities in Europe.

(Description- Thorne & Swanger, 1936)