ID, 2B) uniramous, symmetrical; protopod with single seta at outer distal corner; exopod 2-segmented, with first segment bearing long outer seta reaching beyond terminal seta on succeeding segment, and second segment having fine seta and spine distally (corresponding to elements "e" and "f", respectively, sensu Boxshall and Jaurne (2000)) and triangular process on outer distal corner.
3), and resembles to some extent those of species of other misophriid genera such as, Misophria Boeck, 1865, Misophriella Boxshall, 1983, Misophriopsis Boxshall, 1983 and Stygomisophria Ohtsuka, Huys, Boxshall and Ito, 1992, based on either one of these two characters: (1) no separation is present between the coxa and basis, resulting in an undivided protopod; or (2) the endopod is absent.
The scaphognathite bears four to six plumose setae on the outer margin; the proximal lobe is completely fused with the protopod
. There are two or occasionally three small groupings (one to five setae per grouping) of setae on the distal portion of the endopodite, in combinations of serrate, plumodenticulate, simple, and pappose setae.