Issued from : A. Scott in
The Copepoda of the Siboga Expedition Part I. Siboga-Expeditie XXIX a., 1909. [Pl. LVII, Figs.9-10].
Female (from off North Ubian, Sulu Islands): 9, habitus (dorsal); 10, P5.
Nota: Cephalic segment considerably contracted in front and inflated in the middle; slightly longer than the posterior part of the body.; frontal margin sharply concave.
Genital segment sub-cylindrical in shape with a distinct constriction in the middle where it is traversed by a well defined suture; it is one and half times longer than the combined length of the next two segments; its length rather shorter than the united length of the next two segments and caudal rami.
The 2nd and 3rd segments sub-equal in length.
Caudal rami two and a half times longer than the anal segment; each ramus furnished with 2 outer marginal setae and 4 apical setae.
A1 2-segmented and equal to two-thirds of the length of the cephalic segment.
P5 short and broad, distinctly bilobed; inner lobe short and moderately wide, it does not extend beyond the apex of the outer lobe; it is furnished with 2 apical setae. The outer lobe is directed at almost right angles to the body and furnished with 3 setae.