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McIntosh, 1910

Description:
Thorax with 17-21 chaetigers. Thoracic notopodia with a single postchaetal lobe and a bundle of capillary chaetae. Thoracic neuropodia with at least two postchaetal papillae. Subpodial papillae beneath neuropodia 17-20 (in specimens with 19 thoracic segments. No spines. Abdominal notopodia with simple postchaetal lobes, aciculae, capillary and forked chaetae. No interramal cirrus. Abdominal neuropodia bilobed, with two aciculae, a few capillary chaetae and a ventral cirrus.
Gills start at chaetiger 5.
Pygidium unknown.

Size:
Incomplete specimen of 53 chaetigers 13 mm long.

Colour:
Unknown.

Habitat:
Unknown.

Distribution:
North Sea, Shetlands, Skagerrak.

Orbinia armandi