All three are small (to 4 mm) creamy-white woodlice flushed with varying amounts of orange. The dorsal surface is covered with weak tubercles and the eye is composed of a single pinkish-orange ommatidum. All eye and body pigments are rapidly lost in alcohol, thus making preserved specimens difficult to separate from Metatrichoniscoides celticus or M. leydigii.
Distribution and Habitat
This summary is based on the detailed account in Gregory (2009).