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A new species of Caprella (Amphipoda, Caprellidae) from deep sea waters

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[A new species of caprellid, Caprella sabineae n. sp. is described and illustrated based on specimens from Sagami, Japan, collected at 600 meters deep, during the Dr. Sixten Bock Japan Expedition 1914. The new species is close to Caprella chelimana Mayer, 1903 but can easily be distinguished, mainly by the absence of a dorsal projection on the head and the presence of only one grasping spine on the palm of the male gnathopod 2.

Se describe e ilustra una especie nueva de caprélido, Caprella sabineae, a partir de ejemplares recolectados a 600 metros de profundidad en Sagami, Japón, durante la Expedición Dr. Sixten Bock 1914. La especie nueva es parecida a Caprella chelimana Mayer, 1903 pero puede diferenciarse fácilmente de ella por la ausencia de la proyección dorsal de la cabeza y la presencia de sólo una espina en la palma del gnatópodo 2 en los machos., A new species of caprellid, Caprella sabineae n. sp. is described and illustrated based on specimens from Sagami, Japan, collected at 600 meters deep, during the Dr. Sixten Bock Japan Expedition 1914. The new species is close to Caprella chelimana Mayer, 1903 but can easily be distinguished, mainly by the absence of a dorsal projection on the head and the presence of only one grasping spine on the palm of the male gnathopod 2.

Se describe e ilustra una especie nueva de caprélido, Caprella sabineae, a partir de ejemplares recolectados a 600 metros de profundidad en Sagami, Japón, durante la Expedición Dr. Sixten Bock 1914. La especie nueva es parecida a Caprella chelimana Mayer, 1903 pero puede diferenciarse fácilmente de ella por la ausencia de la proyección dorsal de la cabeza y la presencia de sólo una espina en la palma del gnatópodo 2 en los machos.]

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2003-05-01
2016-12-10

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