Genus Neopsilenchus
Thorne & Malek, 1968

Diagnosis: Psilenchinae.  General morphology similar to that of Psilenchus.  Amphid apertures transverse.  Spear cylindroid without knobs.  Median bulb near middle of esophagus.  Vulva near 65%.  Anterior ovary outstretched.  Posterior uterine branch shorter than body width.  Tail uniformly conoid to acute terminus.

Type species: Neopsilenchus magnidens (Thorne, 1949) n. comb.
Synonym: Psilenchus magnidens, Thorne, 1949.

Description- Thorne & Malek, 1968

Species found:                 at:
Neopsilenchus magnidens Konza Prairie, 9-Mile Prairie, Homestead