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CYMODOCE SPINULA, A NEW SPECIES OF SPHAEROMATID ISOPOD FROM PAKISTAN WATERS

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Cymodoce spinula sp. nov. (Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae) from the rocky intertidal zone of Karachi, Pakistan is described. It can be distinguished from its congeners by the male having the dorsal surface of the telson with a pair of anterior submedian longitudinal ridges, a large smooth domed boss with a row of tubercles on either side, the pleotelson apex with an acute median tooth, and a spinose pereopod 7. The affinity of Cymodoce spinula to related species is discussed.

Cymodoce spinula sp. nov. (Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae) est décrite de la zone intertidale rocheuse de Karachi, Pakistan. Elle peut être distinguée de ses congénères par le mâle qui a une surface dorsale du telson munie d'une paire de crêtes antérieures longitudinales submédianes, une grande bosse lisse avec de chaque côté une rangée de tubercules, l'extrémité du pléotelson munie d'une dent médiane acérée et un péréiopode 7 épineux. L'affinité de Cymodoce spinula avec les espèces proches est discutée.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Karachi, Karachi-75270, Pakistan

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