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This species always lives more or less solitary at the base and on walls of active chimneys, close to aggregates of Rimicaris exoculata, or on mussel beds. The trophic mode is necrophagous, as captures of the shrimps by baited traps indicate. However, the gut contents examined generally contained mainly mineral particles. Ovigerous females collected in August.


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