Carapace widest at mesobranchial region, little constricted across hepatic region; gastric and cardiac regions with patches of small granules, both equally elevated, mesobranchial region relatively less elevated;hepatic region depressed, mesogastric region bearing cluster of small, hooked hairs; margin of carapace with ridge of granules and fine setae, eight tufts of long setae arranged symmetrically near posterior carapace margin; orbits incomplete, unarmed. Rostrum broad, trapezoidal with ridge of minute granules along lateral border, anterior tips widely separated, minutely developed to either side of broad, shallow terminal sinus. Antenna with fused basal article
bearing large granule visible in dorsal view; first movable article longer than broad, quadrate form derived from strong angular anteromesial, and posterolateral flanges, anterior margin arched, margins denticulate.
Chelipeds slender, chelae distally bent towards carapace front, lacking gape when fingers closed. Both first ambulatory pereopods missing in holotype, remaining pereopods posteriorly decreasing in size; merus broad, dentate anterior and posterior margins strongly cristate, continuous at rounded juncture proximally, marginal denticles rounded, anterior larger, tending to flattened lobes, dorsal surface broadly concave overall, weak longitudinal elevation within concavity along article midline, joining setose tubercle distally; scattered tufts of long setae along and below margins; carpus bearing short posterior marginal flange; anterior and posterior margins of carpus and propodus
with regularly spaced line of rounded denticles; propodus and dactylus with well-developed locking articulation between articles; dactylus curved strongly near acute, corneous tip.
Male abdomen with six free segments and telson, first two segments with sparse, long setae along finely denticulate lateral margins; two to four sets of granules on ventral surface that sometimes overlap proceeding segment, third segment through telson finely granulate, setose; terminal segment broadly subtriangular to rhomboidal, subtruncate
terminally. Entire lateral margin of abdomen fringed with short setae. First gonopod stout with minute
spinules at tip, sparse setae along length.
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