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The Antlered crab Dagnaudus petterdi (Grant, 1905) is distinguished by its antler-like horns to either side of the eyes with a simple rostrum in the middle, and small hooks at the end of the last pair of legs, which are usually held above the carapace. [Owen Anderson, NIWA. TAN0905 - Chatham Rise Graveyard Seamounts]