Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) dooliba J.L. Barnard, 1972

Strongly laterally flattened species, with spikes along the edge of some of the segments of the abdomen and edges of the abdominal side-plates. Seven pairs of legs, first two chelate (with claws). Pale pink to bright red.

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What habitats does Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) dooliba live in?

Intertidal areas in mud under rocks, to depth of 10 m

What is the distribution of Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) dooliba?

South-eastern Australia

How big does Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) dooliba grow?

Can grow to around 20 mm

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