Labium and sternum brown; endites
brownish with light tips.
DIAGNOSIS: Males can easily be recognized by the pair of projections on each endite
4-7), it is possible that they were made by the silky teeth no 5 and 6 endites
of the Pt2 and Pt3.
include four setated lobes on the medial edge of the limb bud (Fig.
Maxillule (Fig 4D) General shape unchanged except addition of setae on endites
It makes reference to the characteristic comb-like structures on the distal endites
of trunklimb 1.
11); fovea indistinct; clypeus narrow; sternum shield-shaped, longer than wide, with brown or transparent hairs along edge; mouthparts with endites
long with rounded tips, longer than wide; labium and endites
with scattered short hairs or setae; cheliceral furrow edentate; dorsal surfaces of chelicerae with variable number of short, thick, erect setae.
pale yellow, longer than wide, convergent, with small violet spots.
3F): Biramous; protopod five-lobed, endites
with 8, 3, 3, 3, 3 setae; endopod four-segmented with 2, 2, 2, 3 setae; exopod with five plumose setae.
An overall mesial-lateral motion is most common, with the entire maxillule moving as a lever that uses the basal attachment as the fulcrum, and the tips of the endites
describing a large arc.
Maxilliped base with 3 distal setae longer than endites
longer than wide with a reddish submarginal serrula.