Echinoderes sensibilis Adrianov Murakami, et Shirayama, 2002; Northwest Pacific, Honshu Island, Japan.
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Trunk length (TL) 0.0126-0.0138 in (320-350 pm); trunk yellowish, head with 91 scalids arranged in 7 circlets (10, 10, 20, 10, 20, 6, 15(6+9); DS on segments 6-10; LS on segments 4, 7-12; subventral fields of minute cuticular hairs on segments 5-12; LTS 43-47% of TL.
Off Pacific coast of Japan.
Intertidal pools, abundant on red algae Corallina pilulifera.
BEHAVIOR Nothing is known.
FEEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET Herbivorous, diatom feeder.
Six juvenile stages ("Centropsis" and "Habroderes").
CONSERVATION STATUS Not listed by the IUCN.
SIGNIFICANCE TO HUMANS None known. ♦
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