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Atyaephyra rosiana de Brito Capello, 1867: 6–7, Pl. 1, Figs 1A–E [type locality: Coimbra, Portugal]; by monotypy.
Carapace with supraorbital and antennal tooth. Rostrum long and armed up to the tip. Eyes well developed, pigmented. Exopods present only on the two first pairs of pereiopods, carpus of first and second pair of pereiopods with a distal excavation. Uropod diaeresis with a single spine (rarely two). Appendix masculina of male second pleopod long, sub-cylindrical and armed with numerous spiniform setae. Eggs small to medium, size 0.40–0.75 × 0.25–0.5 mm.