|Researched by||Andrew Hosie||Refereed by||Admin|
|Other common names||-||Synonyms||Hyperia latreillei Milne-Edwards 1830|
A key feature of Hyperia galba are the large green eyes, and swollen head and thorax, all of which are more pronounced in the females . Males have long, filiform antennae, while the female's are very short. The first two pairs of gnathopods are small and simple, unlike many other amphipods. Growing to around 1 cm in length, Hyperia galba, is a very widespread species.
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Last Updated: 06/01/2009