Body at most 6 times as long as wide; pleon not especially tapering; head with dorsal boss; 2-3 pleonites visible dorsally. Pleonite 1 suture obscured by dorsal coxal plate 7. Pereonite 1 without shoulders, as wide as pereonite 2; pereonites 1-4 usually with dorsolateral sculpture. Pleotelson lateral margins convex, without posterolateral angles (except small individuals). Dorsal coxal plates not visible on posterior pereonites; first pleonite not longer than others. Body up to 2.5 cm long.
Eudidotea bakeri is one of the most frequently encountered idoteids from shallow algal communities of southern Australia. Known as sea centipedes they live and feed on decaying seaweed.
Seagrass beds to depths of 17 m.
Native to Australia
- DSE Advisory List : Not listed
- EPBC Act 1999 : Not listed
- IUCN Red List : Not listed