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Three species of Naricolax Ho, Do & Kasahara, 1983 (Copepoda, Bomolochidae) parasitic in the nasal cavities of marine fishes of Taiwan

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Three species of Naricolax Ho, Do & Kasahara, 1983 are found parasitic in the nasal cavities of marine fishes of Taiwan. They are: Naricolax stocki (Roubal, 1981) from the spotted catfish, Arius maculatus (Thunberg, 1792); Naricolax atypicus Ho, Do & Kasahara, 1983 from the black porgy, Acanthopagrus schlegelii (Bleeker, 1854); and Naricolax longispina n. sp. from the common ponyfish, Leiognathus equulus (Forsskål, 1775). Naricolax stocki was transferred to this genus from the genus Bomolochus Nordmann, 1832. The new species is characteristic in having a greatly elongated outer spine on the middle segment of the exopod of leg 3. Trois espèces de Naricolax Ho, Do & Kasahara, 1983, ont été trouvées parasitant les cavités nasales de poissons marins de Taiwan. Ce sont : Naricolax stocki (Roubal, 1981) chez le mâchoiron tacheté, Arius maculatus (Thunberg, 1792) ; Naricolax atypicus Ho, Do & Kasahara, 1983, chez Acanthopagrus schlegelii (Bleeker, 1854) ; et Naricolax longispina n. sp. chez Leiognathus equulus (Forsskål, 1775). Naricolax stocki a été transféré du genre Bomolochus Nordmann, 1832 dans le genre Naricolax. La nouvelle espèce est caractéristique en ayant une épine externe très allongée au deuxième segment de l'exopodite de la troisième patte.


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