An elongated shrimp, which blends in with the coral not only by its shape, but also by adopting the same colour bands as its particular coral colony host. It can be white, yellow, orange, red or combination of these. The rarest colour combination is yellow and blue. It is quite difficult to find, but stays up to a few months on the same coral. Extremely elongated and it's body is transparent with irregular transverse camouflaging bands. They life in black coral, and very hard to spot.
Angasia armata (Paul'son)
Angasia stimpsonii Henderson, 1893
Tozeuma armata Paul'son, 1875