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(A. Milne Edwards, 1865)

The carapace and thoracic legs of this species are microscopically granulated. All the areolae are well separated by distinct grooves, which are mostly whitish in colour. The third and fourth antero-lateral teeth are prominent and obtusely pointed; the second tooth also moderately pointed. Of the areolae of carapace, 2L and 4L are respectively mounted with an obtuse tubercle. 2P is not interrupted in the middle. (Sakai, 1976: 395)

Type locality: Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Range: Red Sea (Nobili, 1906, Klunzinger, 1913); Zanzibar (Odhner, 1925); Madagascar - Nosy Bé (Serène, 1984); Iles Glorieuses (Serène, 1984); Mauritius (Rathbun, 1906, Odhner, 1925, Serène, 1984); Maldives - S. Nilandu Atoll (Borradaile, 1902b); Japan - Ogasawara-shoto (Odhner, 1925), Yoron-jima, Ishigaki-jima and Taketomi-jima (Sakai, 1976a), Oshima Passage, Amami-Oshima (Takeda, 1989); Taiwan - Su-ao (Lin, 1949); Philippines (Odhner, 1925); Vietnam - Nha Trang (Serène & Luom, 1960); Australia - Cape Jaubert (Rathbun, 1924c); Hawaii - Honolulu (A. Milne Edwards, 1865, Serène, 1984), Oahu (Lenz, 1901), Molokai, Auau Channel, and Penguin Bank (Rathbun, 1906); shallow waters.

Red Liomera (Liomera rubra)