Common name: None
Functional type: Spearer
Range: Northeastern Australia and Indonesia, but may occur over much of the Indo-Pacific
Habitat: Soft, sandy substrates, reef flats
Depth: 0-5 m
Home: Simple vertical burrow (at least by juveniles)
Diet: Unknown, but probably small crustaceans and other macro-plankton
Size: Up to at least 4 cm
Color: Milky transparent with white spots and lines
Distinguishing Characters: 6 teeth on raptorial dactyl, 2 lobes between the terminal spines of the uropodal protopod, margins and carinae of the primary teeth of the telson inflated in mature males.
Activity: Unknown, but adults have been seen out in the open during the night
Suitability for Aquarium: Fair. Adults don't live long in captivity
Availability: Very rare, but large last stadia larvae are easily collected at night lights and molt to postlarvae that can be reared.