Eualus suckleyi

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Short-scaled eualid:
Short-scaled eualid (Eualus suckleyi): The short-scaled eualid is a subtidal species that is most often seen on soft bottoms, often associated with the Cribinopsis fernaldi. A gregarious species, these are often found in groups of ten or more. Generally larger than our other common species of Eualus, the short-scaled eualid commonly reaches 3" in total length. Also distinctive is the long rostrum and the color pattern of fine red stripes on the abdomen and yellow and red banded legs.

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