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(Herdman, 1898)

Female body up to 120x30 mm, green and papillate. Proboscis nearly as long, greenish, truncate but not bifid. Body without a distinct genital groove, but with two ventral chaetae with a strong interbasal muscle. Two nephridia. Anal vesicles saclike, covered with densely aggregated tubules.
Male unknown.

Burrowing into sand and mud, mostly at great depths.

Kattegat, Skagerrak, Irish Sea and west Scotland.

Not clearly distinguished from the Mediterranean form Maxmuelleria gigas (Müller), which was described earlier.

Maxmuelleria lankesteri