Cephalorhyncha asiatica Adrianov, 1999, Northwest Pacific Ocean, Sea of Japan, Peter the Great Bay.
OTHER COMMON NAMES
Trunk length (TL) 0.0138-0.0157 in 350-400 ^m. Trunk transparent; only segment 3 composed of complete ring of cuticle, segment 4 composed of arched tergite and sternal plate incompletely subdivided by midventral articulation into 2 subs-ternites; DS on segments 6-10; LS on segments 4, 7-11; segment 12 with a pair of subdorsal spines; LTS 65% of TL.
Western coast of the Sea of Japan. HABITAT
Mud and muddy sand with a high organic content near estuaries; subtidal, 10-33 ft (3-10 m) deep.
Nothing is known.
FEEDING ECOLOGY AND DIET Herbivorous, diatom feeder.
Six juvenile stages ("Centropsis" and "Habroderes").
Not listed by the IUCN.
SIGNIFICANCE TO HUMANS None known. ♦
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