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(Saint-Joseph, 1894)

Description:
Body anteriorly swollen and posteriorly long and slender, with triannulate segments. Epidermis reticulate.
Prostomium small and bilobed.
Noto- and neuropodia simple mounds, in anterior three chaetigers with spines, the others each with a bundle of capillary and forked chaetae.
Gills and cirri absent.
Pygidium with short cirri.

Size:
Up to 15 mm.

Colour:
Reddish.

Habitat:
Unknown.

Distribution:
Atlantic between Ireland and Brasil, Mediterranean, English Channel, southern North Sea.

Asclerocheilus intermedius