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Gilson, 1909

Female with the body symmetrical; segments, when present, visible only in the mid-dorsal region; pereiopods well developed but numbering only five pairs and crowded near the mouth; oostegites present but small with the brood pouch often appearing bilateral; pleopods small or absent. Males with an elongate pleon, segments fused.
Female about 3 mm.

Parasitic on Gastrosaccus spinifer .

Southern North Sea.

Prodajus ostendensis