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This is a large (up to 26 mm body length), free-living, benthopelagic species of asellote isopod that is common off of the West Coast of North, and likely South, America. Their bodies are creamy-tan in life and only very lightly calcified.


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Source: Pelagic Invertebrates LifeDesk

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