Stout body, with thick snout. Mouth in front of eyes, big spiracles below the eyes. Both dorsal fins equal-sized. No spines. Origin of first dorsal fin about over the insertion of pelvic fins. Pelvic fins much smaller than dorsal fins. Anal fin with broad base and only separated by a small notch from the caudal fin. Pectoral fins small and broad based. Greatly elongated thick precaudal tail.
Light blue spots on dark grey-brown body.
Western Indian Ocean: Madagascar.
A little-known species, rare. Virtually nothing is known about this species.
Unknown, but most likely invertebrates and small fishes.