issued from : T. S. Park in
Bull. Mar. Sci., 1970, 20 (2). [p.526, Figs.265-276]. As Disco oviformis
Female (from 19°02'N, 81°57'W): 265-266, habitus (dorsal and lateral, respectively); 267, A2; 268, Md (mandibular blade); 269, Md; 270, Mx1; 271, Mx2; 272, Mxp; 273, P1 (anterior); 274, P2 (anterior; terminal spines broken off); 275, P3 (anterior; terminal spines broken off); 276, P4 (anterior; terminal spines broken off).
Nota: 1st metasomal segment separate from cephalosome, 4th and 5th metasomal segments fused.
Rostrum single, large, and obtusely rounded. A1 reaching about end of genital segment.
A2 exopod 8-segmented, first seven segments each with an internal seta.
Mandibular blade with 6 large teeth.
Mx1 with 6 and 2 setae, rrespectively, on 1st and 2nd inner lobes, 1 seta on basis, 8 setae on endopod, 2 setae on exopod, and 4 setae on outer lobe.
Urosome about 1/3 length of prosome; first three urosomal segments much wider than long.
Anal segment wider than long and much longer than the preceding segment.
Caudal ramus slightly longer than wide and shorter than anal segment