d'Udekem d'Acoz, 2007
These animals are found off the South African coast in False Bay and have been seen from 10 to at least 30m underwater. They are probably endemic to this area. There is evidence however, that these shrimp exist elsewhere in the world with the species recently observed in the Philippines.
These shrimps have so far only been seen in association with crinoids. They probably eat the wastes of their host.
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