General: Less laterally compressed than Phylliroe; lateral undulations faster than Phylliroe; moderatley long, smooth contractile tentacles on head, called rhinophores; known to prey on Nanomia bijuga.
ReferencesEncyclopedia of Life
Tree of Life
World Register of Marine Species
National Center for Biotechnology Information
Lalli, C.M. and R.W. Gilmer (1989). Pelagic Snails: The biology of holoplanktonic gastropod molluscs. Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA. 259 pp.
Citation: Cephalopyge trematoides (Chun, 1889) Deep-Sea Guide (DSG) at http://dsg/mbari.org/dsg/view/concept/Cephalopyge%20trematoides. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). Consulted on 2020-10-20.