Sea Centipede

Euidotea bakeri (Collinge, 1917)

Eudidotea bakeri is one of the most frequently encountered idoteids from shallow algal communities of southern Australia. Known as sea centipedes they live and feed on decaying seaweed.


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What habitats does Euidotea bakeri live in?

Seagrass beds to depths of 17 m

What is the distribution of Euidotea bakeri?

Southern Australia.

How big does Euidotea bakeri grow?

Can grow to around 25mm

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