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About 25mm long but highly compressed around some kind of prey.
Dandenong Ranges National Park
Damp grass in open sclerophyll eucalyptus forest.
The genus Lenkunya is characterized by having body that is broadly convex dorsally and flat ventrally. The creeping sole occupies 70–80% of the body width. The eyes form a single row around the anterior tip, are crowded antero-laterally and continue posteriorly in a staggered row. The parenchymal musculature is strong and includes a ring zone of circulo-oblique fibers. The copulatory apparatus has a well-developed penis papilla and lacks adenodactyls or other accessory glands.
The name Lenkunya comes from an aboriginal word meaning beautiful.