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Biology

A small ( up to 7 mm body), holopelagic, free-living asellote isopod found most commonly from 150 to 350 m deep off the West Coast of North America. Originally described from specimens dip-netted off the dock at Friday Harbor Marine Lab.

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Source: Pelagic Invertebrates LifeDesk

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