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Bahar ic-caghaq, <1m depth, very common
Can be separated from related
species by the shape of the rostrum (upcurved and bifid) and the number of teeth (dorsal 6-7 and ventral 4-5) on it. In mature females the eggs may be seen in the abdominal area by transparency.