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Copépodes harpacticoïdes stygobies de France. 6. Description d'un nouveau représentant du genre Parastenocaris Kessler, 1913

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Description of a new stygobiont harpacticoid, Parastenocaris aberrans sp. n. from France (Atlantic part of the Pyrenees region). The new species belongs to the fontinalis group and is morphologically similar to Parastenocaris fontinalis and P. meridionalis. The new species differs from these two taxa by the structure of the endopod of P2-P4 and P5. Description d'un nouvel harpacticoïde stygobie, Parastenocaris aberrans sp. n., des eaux souterraines de France (Pyrénées Atlantiques). La nouvelle espèce appartient au group fontinalis et, par sa morphologie, est très proche des espèces Parastenocaris fontinalis et P. meridionalis. La nouvelle espèce s'en distingue par la structure des endopodites de P2-P4 et de P5.


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