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Hansen, 1913

Description:
Body length up to 3 mm. Exoskeleton very brittle and completely pitted with minute round depressions.
Chelipeds slender.
Each pereionite bears a pair of rounded protuberances at the point of insertion of the pereiopods, thus giving the body a very characteristic shape. Pereiopods 3 to 6 each with their basis as long as the remainder of the pereiopod.

Distribution:
It is recorded from the Northumberland coast, the Davis Straits, Denmark Straits and south of Iceland.

Agathotanais ingolfi