Adult: Proral setae (p, q) of tarsi I-IV, enlarged, claw-like (Fig. 8). Internal scapular setae (si) are microsetae, distinctly anterior to posterior margin of prodorsal shield (Fig. 3). Tarsal setae aa present (Figs. 7, 8).
Other diagnostic characters
Adult: Pretarsal ambulacrum not greatly expanded (Figs. 7, 8). Ventral subcapitulum without external ridges (Fig. 6). Body with various patterns: if with small rounded protuberances, then they are coalescent and at least some unequal (Fig 3). Dorsal setae smooth (Fig. 3). Prodorsum with external vertical setae ve present, situated at sides of prodorsal sclerite, near transverse level of vi (Fig. 3). Anus positioned near posterior margin of body (Figs. 1, 4, 5). Coxal apodemes III-IV present (Fig. 4). Empodial claws simple (Fig. 8). Solenidion ω2 situated in basal portion of tarsus, close to ω1 (Figs. 7, 8), or more distal. Setae e and f present on tarsi I-IV, both filiform (Figs. 7, 8). Supracoxal setae lanceolate, with fimbriate margins (Fig. 3). Hysterosomal setae short, distinctly not reaching bases of next setae (Fig. 2).