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A new Tropodiaptomus (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae, Diaptominae) from Vietnam

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A new species of the genus Tropodiaptomus (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae, Diaptominae) is described and illustrated from Vietnam. It differs from the closest related species T. vicinus (Kiefer, 1930), T. hebereri (Kiefer, 1930), and T.oryzanus Kiefer, 1937, by characters of both sexes, particularly by the complex morphology of the male P5.

Une espèce nouvelle du genre Tropodiaptomus (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae, Diaptominae) est décrite et illustrée du Vietnam. Les affinités de la nouvelle espèce avec les espèces du genre présentes en Asie du Sud-Est sont discutées. Elle diffère des espèces les plus proches: T. vicinus (Kiefer, 1930), T. hebereri (Kiefer, 1930) et T. oryzanus Kiefer, 1937, par un ensemble de caractères portés par la femelle et le mâle, mais particulièrement par la P5 mâle, à la morphologie très complexe.

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2002-03-01
2015-07-02

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