Genus Solididens
Heyns, 1968

    Diagnosis: Body usually less than 2.5 mm long.  Body ventrally curved, C-shaped or twisted in form of letter 'S'.  Lateral body pores indistinct.  Sub-cuticle with distinct transverse striae.  Lip region distinctly set off from body contour.  Tooth solid, with slender, sharply pointed distal portion, always less than one lip region width long.  Sheath enclosing basal expanded part of oesophagus inconspicuous.  Cardiac glands small, ovoid.  Female reproductive system amphidelphic.  Vulva transverse.  Males with a few ventromedians and rather small lateral guiding pieces.  Gubernaculum absent.  Tail short, conoid to bluntly conoid or hemispheroid; similar in sexes.

    Type species: Solididens bisexualis (Thorne, 1939) Thorne, 1974.
-From Jairajpuri and Ahmad, 1992

Species found:  at:
S. vulgaris Konza Prairie