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Two Males and a Chalimus 2 Female of Unknown Species of Pennellids (Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida) Parasitic on the Gills of Japanese Fishes

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[The males of two unknown species of pennellid copepods and the chalimus 2 female of one of these are described based on specimens parasitic on the gills of the Japanese fishes, Brotula multibarbata Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 and Pseudolabrus sieboldi Mabuchi & Nakabo, 1997. The males have well-developed maxillipeds and three functional pairs of swimming legs. Although pennellids with three pairs of legs are restricted to a few genera only, these males can not even be referred to a genus at present. Post-mating pennellid males presumably survive for a while on the intermediate host after the mated females have already left for their definitive host. Les mâles de deux espèces inconnues de copépodes Pennellidae et le chalimus 2 femelle de l'une d'elles sont décrits à partir de spécimens parasites fixés aux branchies des poissons japonais, Brotula multibarbata Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 et Pseudolabrus sieboldi Mabuchi & Nakabo, 1997. Les mâles possèdent des maxillipèdes bien développés et trois paires de pattes natatoires fonctionnelles. Bien que le nombre de pennellides à trois paires de pattes se limite à quelques genres seulement, ces mâles ne peuvent pas, à ce jour, être attribués à l'un de ces genres. Les mâles de pennellides sont supposés survivre, après copulation, un certain temps sur l'hôte intermédiaire après que les femelles fécondées soient déjà parties vers leur hôte définitif., The males of two unknown species of pennellid copepods and the chalimus 2 female of one of these are described based on specimens parasitic on the gills of the Japanese fishes, Brotula multibarbata Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 and Pseudolabrus sieboldi Mabuchi & Nakabo, 1997. The males have well-developed maxillipeds and three functional pairs of swimming legs. Although pennellids with three pairs of legs are restricted to a few genera only, these males can not even be referred to a genus at present. Post-mating pennellid males presumably survive for a while on the intermediate host after the mated females have already left for their definitive host. Les mâles de deux espèces inconnues de copépodes Pennellidae et le chalimus 2 femelle de l'une d'elles sont décrits à partir de spécimens parasites fixés aux branchies des poissons japonais, Brotula multibarbata Temminck & Schlegel, 1846 et Pseudolabrus sieboldi Mabuchi & Nakabo, 1997. Les mâles possèdent des maxillipèdes bien développés et trois paires de pattes natatoires fonctionnelles. Bien que le nombre de pennellides à trois paires de pattes se limite à quelques genres seulement, ces mâles ne peuvent pas, à ce jour, être attribués à l'un de ces genres. Les mâles de pennellides sont supposés survivre, après copulation, un certain temps sur l'hôte intermédiaire après que les femelles fécondées soient déjà parties vers leur hôte définitif.]

Affiliations: 1: Izawa Marine Biological Laboratory, 795-16 Kannonji, Tsu, Mie 514-0062, Japan;, Email: izawafam@ztv.ne.jp

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