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20 segments (♂, ♀); pore formula normal, ozopores placed closer to lateral than to caudal margin of paratergite; ♂ vertex unmodified, paraterga modest to well developed, 3 rows of short clavate metatergal setae; gonopod coxae very large (gonocoel deep) to modest, sometimes with a strong frontal process; telopodites rather deeply sunken and usually only little exposed, but sometimes rather strongly exposed, with or without parabasal processes; sph uni- to only faintly bipartite, with various outgrowths, densely fringed, sl a small apical or subapical tooth or branchlet.
Sholaphilus albidus Carl, 1932, by monotypy.
Even though this rather small genus is quite poorly defined versus Ootacadesmus, Pseudosphaeroparia, Coonoorophilus and Kukkalodesmus (see above), several species of Sholaphilus from the Himalayas have been described.