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(Dohrn, 1870)

Carapace with rostrum rather short, broad at base, indistinctly denticulate. Supra-orbital spines wanting.
Antennal scale subovate, apex truncate, distal half of its outer edge minutely serrate.
Remark: this is the largest mysid species.

Ref.: Sars (1885); Fage (1941); Clarke (1961), as Gnathophausia ingens.

Neognathophausia ingens