Definition: Dorylaiminae. Characterized by the possession
of prominent ventral and lateral rows of conical structures leading from
pores and canals in the cuticular layer to gland-like bodies in the underlying
tissues. There are scale-like structures on the hind part of the
body (the author has seen similar structures on various Eudorylaim larvae).
Head offset, lips distinct. Amphids typically dorylaim, about 1/2
body-width. Spear slender, aperture about 1/4 of its length.
Oesophagus enlarged in last 1/3. Guiding ring seen in double state.
Gonads paired, opposed, reflexed.
Type Species: Lordellonema bauruense (Lordello, 1957) Andrassy,
syn. Dorylaimus bauruensis Lordello, 1957
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