Arthrophoto: an Antarctic amphipod, Epimeria rubrieques 

Photo: Torben Riehl, University of Hamburg

The antarctic oceans holds a surprising diversity of marine life, including this pointy amphipod crustacean. See other amphipods from the antarctic, here.

4 Responses to “Arthrophoto: an Antarctic amphipod, <em> Epimeria rubrieques </em>”


  1. 1 bob brown October 7, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    you need some info about this little guy


  1. 1 More awesome crustaceans from Antarctica « Arthropoda Trackback on December 18, 2009 at 12:33 pm
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