Rhynchocinetes durbanensis Gordon 1936
hinge-beak shrimp hinge-back shrimp, Durban shrimp

family Rhynchocinetidae

Hinge-beak shrimp, Rhynchocinetes durbanensis, are transparent with red and white bars and spots. Males have longer claws. They are named hinge-beak/back for the articulated rostrum which can be moved up and down independently of the head. They are often found in cracks and crevices.

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Max size =   5cms