- External morphology
Somewhat thick integument, lateral palps. Size 43 mm x 33.5 mm.
Unlike its mysterious colossal cogeners, The giant Tridentid Dinonexus custobetarum was collected intact on its host entity in a Nova Scotia grocery store. Attached firmly to a bag of Sawler brand beets, this remarkable occlupanid was found to have a slightly smaller and rounder oral groove than D. capax. Care should be taken during collection, as the graphite-colored markings can become rubbed off with rough handling. Could more modern species of Dinonexus be out there, waiting to be found? Discovered and described by occlupanologist L. Fox (FORC).