White shrimp are crustaceans with 10 slender, relatively long walking legs and five pairs of swimming legs located on the front surface of the abdomen. Their bodies are light gray, with green coloration on the tail and a yellow band on part of the abdomen. Their carapace is not grooved. Part of their shell is a well-developed, toothed rostrum that extends to or beyond the outer edge of the eyes.
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