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Stenasellus foresti n. sp., a new stenasellid isopod from underground waters of Sumatra (Indonesia)

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[A new species of the genus Stenasellus (Asellota, Aselloidea) from karstic waters of Sumatra, S. foresti n. sp., belongs to the same phyletic strain as the other Stenasellidae of the continental and insular Far East (Cambodia, Thailand, Phuket Island, Borneo, Sumatra). Its uropods are short and the tip of the copulatory organs shows a very specific structure of the sternal spur and tergal opening.

Nouvelle espèce de Stenasellus (Asellota, Aselloidea) des eaux karstiques de Sumatra, S. foresti n. sp. appartient au même groupe évolutif que les autres Stenasellidae de l'Extrême-Orient continental et insulaire (Cambodge, Thaïlande, Phuket, Bornéo, Sumatra). Ses uropodes sont courts et l'extrémité des organes copulateurs montre une structure très spécifique de l'éperon sternal et de l'orifice tergal., A new species of the genus Stenasellus (Asellota, Aselloidea) from karstic waters of Sumatra, S. foresti n. sp., belongs to the same phyletic strain as the other Stenasellidae of the continental and insular Far East (Cambodia, Thailand, Phuket Island, Borneo, Sumatra). Its uropods are short and the tip of the copulatory organs shows a very specific structure of the sternal spur and tergal opening.

Nouvelle espèce de Stenasellus (Asellota, Aselloidea) des eaux karstiques de Sumatra, S. foresti n. sp. appartient au même groupe évolutif que les autres Stenasellidae de l'Extrême-Orient continental et insulaire (Cambodge, Thaïlande, Phuket, Bornéo, Sumatra). Ses uropodes sont courts et l'extrémité des organes copulateurs montre une structure très spécifique de l'éperon sternal et de l'orifice tergal.]

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2002-03-01
2016-09-30

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