Each caudal ramus with five setae
Third segment from the end of the right antenna with a slender process which is curved and usually pointed. The process is shorter than the second segment from the end of the same antenna
Both processes of the left fifth exopod neither digitiform nor blunt, one being distinctly falciform
Left fifth endopod is not rudimentary nor is it marked with transverse striae
Right fifth endopod shorter than the first segment of the exopod
Terminal segment of the right fifth exopod slender and elongated
Left fifth leg does not reach the end of the first segment of the right exopod
Specimen approximately 1.4 to 2.1 mm in length
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- a calanoid swimming (886 KB).
- a calanoid feeding (831 KB).
: Information from the Great Lakes Science Center, USGS