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Amplipedicola pectinatus gen. et sp. n. (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Tisbidae), a parasite of octopuses in the Bering Sea

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A new species of parasitic copepod, Amplipedicola pectinatus gen. n. et sp. n. (Tisbidae, Cholidyinae) is described. The parasite was detected on the gills of octopuses in the Bering Sea at a depth of 129-500 m. Amplipedicola gen. n. differs from closely related genera by the absence of legs 2-4 and of the exopodite of the antenna, as well as by the unusually long, uniramous legs 1, extending away from the sides of the body. Une nouvelle espèce de copépode parasite Amplipedicola pectinatus gen. n. et sp. n. (Tisbidae, Cholidyinae) est décrite. Le parasite a été trouvé sur les branchies de pieuvres dans la mer de Béring, à une profondeur de 129-500 m. Amplipedicola gen. n. diffère des genres les plus proches par l'absence des pattes 2-4 et de l'exopodite de l'antenne, ainsi que par la première paire de pattes uniramée, exceptionnellement longue et s'étendant de chaque côté du corps.

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2010-11-01
2015-09-04

Affiliations: 1: Pacific Research Fisheries Center (TINRO-Center), Shevchenko Alley 4, Vladivostok 690950, Russia

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