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Bathygnathia from Japan (Isopoda, Gnathiidae) with description of a new species

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[A new species, Bathygnathia japonica n. sp. is described and B. affinis Birstein, 1963 redescribed and figured. Bathygnathia japonica differs from its congeners primarily by having mandibles lacking internal and dorsal lobes, an indistinct article 1 of the pylopod, and a moderately large, subtriangular article 5 of the pylopod. Une nouvelle espèce, Bathygnathia japonica n. sp. est décrite et B. affinis Birstein, 1963 est redécrite et figurée. Bathygnathia japonica diffère de ses congénères essentiellement par les mandibules dépourvues de lobes internes et dorsaux, par l'article 1 du pylopode indistinct et par l'article 5 du pylopode, de taille modérée et subtriangulaire., A new species, Bathygnathia japonica n. sp. is described and B. affinis Birstein, 1963 redescribed and figured. Bathygnathia japonica differs from its congeners primarily by having mandibles lacking internal and dorsal lobes, an indistinct article 1 of the pylopod, and a moderately large, subtriangular article 5 of the pylopod. Une nouvelle espèce, Bathygnathia japonica n. sp. est décrite et B. affinis Birstein, 1963 est redécrite et figurée. Bathygnathia japonica diffère de ses congénères essentiellement par les mandibules dépourvues de lobes internes et dorsaux, par l'article 1 du pylopode indistinct et par l'article 5 du pylopode, de taille modérée et subtriangulaire.]

Affiliations: 1: Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History, 2-4-1 Higashida, Yahatahigashi-ku, Kitakyushu 805-0071, Japan; 2: Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Minamidai, 1-15-1 Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0014, Japan; 3: Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, 1646 Abiko, Chiba 270-1194, Japan

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2008-06-01
2016-10-01

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