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(Lilljeborg, 1864)

Body length up to 1.3 mm. Antenna 1 short, scarcely half the length of the cephalothorax; basal article much longer than the other two combined.
Pereiopods 4-6 short with the bases slightly swollen. Pereionite 1 longer than pereionite 6.
Uropods short, endopodite two-articled, exopodite very small and single articled, generally directed outwards perpendicular to inner ramus.

It is a common inhabitant of the Norwegian coast, where it has been found on flat muddy substrates, and has a depth range from 90-870 m.

This species has been recorded from the east and west coasts of Scotland.

Typhlotanais brevicornis