- External morphology
Concave indention on aboral edge, ending in thick protrusions. Thick processes on oral hooks. Slight indentations on lateral edge. Size 27.2 mm x 21.5 mm.
This sinuously styled Tridentid was found in Melbourne, Australia, parasitizing bags of Alpine brand bread rolls and other bread products. Its oral groove is smaller than that of Phoberocerus skeletor. A bright green color morph has been recorded as well. Discovered and described by Occlupanologist A. Lee (FORC).