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Elofson, 1938

Carapace large, 0.75-0.85 mm long, moderately inflated, greatest width a little behind mid-length. Greatest height well behind mid-length. Dorsal margin convex. Posterior margin denticulate. Dorsomedian sulcus weak. Male copulatory appendage with a relative large, subtriangular distal process (B. intermedia 10 ).


Fairly common around the British coasts, the southern North Sea, south Norway, Sweden and as far south as the Bay of Biscay.

Bythocythere intermedia