- External morphology
Small proceess on dorsal and oral regions. Size 27.5 mm X 21.6 mm
Originally placed within the Corrugatidae, but moved to Kenodontidae. Its name alludes to its previous genera. Collected in Melbourne, Australia, between 2016-2017 by occlupanologist A. Lee (FORC). Recently observed preying on a variety of melons in Knox City Shopping Centre. The lack of rear dential process may represent a re-adaptation to larger host-structures. Species described by C. Huning, DWORC.