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Isopod

Isopod
Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA
March 4, 2020
There were hundreds of these underneath the rocks at the beach.

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Sphaeromatidae
Maybe Sphaeroma? A good shot of the telson (back end) would help

 
Copied from my other post
So based on a paper I just read “ The body of Sphaeroma quadridentatum lacks tubercles, easily dis­ tinguishing it from S. terebrans” i believe this to be S. quadridentata. It also has serrated uropods which seem to be a defining feature as well.

 
I have
Another photo of some other ones I found under a different rock, I’ll make a separate post

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