(formerly Bowmaniella dissimilis)
Collected: September 2015 from North inlet, Georgetown, SC by Paul; Kenny, Baruch Marine Field Lab.
Living specimen shown
NOTES: Chlamydopleon dissimile is a coastal mysid often found near beaches from the mid-Atlantic south and throughout the Gulf of Mexico
Identified by Dennis Allen, Baruch Marine Lab, University of South Carolina.
Below: Tail of Chlamydopleon dissimile showing the unusually long setae on the lateral uropods. Unfortunately, these setae obscure the distinctive median cleft in the telson.