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REDESCRIPTION OF CAPRELLINA LONGICOLLIS (NICOLET, 1849) (AMPHIPODA, CAPRELLIDEA, PHTISICIDAE) FROM CHILE, WITH NOTES ON ONTOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT AND CLINGING BEHAVIOUR

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Caprellina longicollis (Nicolet, 1849) is redescribed and figured in detail based on specimens newly collected from Coquimbo, central-northern Chile, which represents the northernmost record of the species. The dominant posture observed for this species in clinging behaviour on its substrate was the "upright posture". The combination of weak swimming setae on antenna 2 and the long gnathopod 2 basis suggests a predatory mode of life. A key to the species of the genus Caprellina is here included.

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2016-12-08

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