Hemus magalae is a small crab that inhabits subtidal reef rubble. The type specimen was collected from the Pearl Islands, Panama in 2007 at 30m depth from rock and coral reef rubble.
Diagnosis: carapace without lateral teeth; cardiac prominence not elevated above gastric regions; orbits incomplete, unprotected above. Rostrum broad, tips widely separated, minutely developed to either side of broad terminal sinus. Antenna first movable article quadrate, slightly longer than broad. Meri of ambulatory pereopods broad, anterior and posterior margins cristate, concave above, margins strongly denticulate.
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