Eucephalobus striatus
Thorne, 1937
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Genus Comparisons- Cephalobidae

Diagnosis (emended)-  female: 0.55 mm; a = 20; b = 4.1; c = 9; V = 61
                                   male: 0.5 mm; a = 19; b = 3.9; c = 12.5;  T = 70

Principal diagnostic features given in measurements and figures.  Ventrosubmedial lips varying in asymmetry.  Corpus of esophagus almost cylindrical then tapering gradually to an obscure junction with the isthmus.  Isthmus length a little more than neck width.  Nerve ring encircling base of corpus.  Excretory pore opposite nerve ring.

Described from specimens secured by Dr. T. Goodey from material collected by Mr. W.E.H. Hodson, Broadmoor, Berks., England.
- Thorne, 1937

DNA Sequences Obtained
Specimen: Collected:
KonzaIII AC-79 Konza Prairie, First survey
KonzaII CD-76 Konza Prairie, First survey