Supplier Availability: Rare
Ancylomenes magnificus, also known as the Magnificent Anemone Shrimp, is a species of cleaner shrimp common to the Western Pacific Ocean at depths of 3–29 metres (10–95 ft). They are commonly found on stony coral, Catalaphyllia and the sea anemone, Dofleinia armata.
A. magnificus, has a compressed body composed of a cephalothorax, containing a head and a thorax attached to an elongated abdomen. It has five pairs of pereiopods, two pair of antennae, a mandible, and three pairs of maxillipeds