*hintoni Bagnall, 1949
Anuridella marina (maximum length 2.0 mm) has been found in the intertidal zone at several sites in the UK (but not yet from Ireland). The legs do not possess coxal lobes and the post antennal organ is circular with 16 to 21 vesicles (Fig.1). The sensillae on ant4 are finger-like (Fig. 2), unlike those on ant4 of Anuridella immsiana, Anuridella submarina and Anuridella calcarata which are hammer-shaped. Also, the ventral side of the second (th2) and third (th3) thoracic segments of Anuridella marina possess a couple of setae (Fig. 3); these setae are not present in Anuridella immsiana, Anuridella submarina and Anuridella calcarata.
Several of Bagnall's records for this species are as Anuridella hintoni which was shown by Goto & Delamare Deboutteville (1954) (and subsequently confirmed by Lawrence & Goto (1968)) to be a junior synonym of Anuridella marina.