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Cymbasoma janetae n. sp., a new monstrilloid (Copepoda, Monstrilloida) from the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea, Egypt)

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[Cymbasoma janetae n. sp. is described from three adult females collected from the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea, Egypt). The new species is closely similar to C. longispinosum (Bourne, 1890), C. morii Sekiguchi, 1982, C. chelemense Suárez-Morales & Escamilla, 1997, and C. californiense Suárez-Morales & Palomares-García, 1999. The new species can be distinguished by the body proportions, the absence of the seta on the first segment of the P1-P4 exopods, the structure of the fifth legs, the relative length of the ovigerous spines, and the presence of eight shallow cuticular wrinkles on the lateral margin and dorsal surface of the genital double somite. Cymbasoma janetae n. sp. est décrite à partir de trois femelles adultes collectés dans le golfe d'Aqaba (mer Rouge, Egypte). La nouvelle espèce est très proche de C. longispinosum (Bourne, 1890), de C. morii Sekiguchi, 1982, de C. chelemense Suárez-Morales & Escamilla, 1997, et de C. californiense Suárez-Morales & Palomares-García, 1999. Elle se distingue par les proportions du corps, l'absence de la soie sur le premier segment des exopodites de P1-P4, la structure des cinquièmes pattes, la longueur relative des épines ovigères et la présence de huit replis superficiels sur le bord latéral et la surface dorsale du double somite génital., Cymbasoma janetae n. sp. is described from three adult females collected from the Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea, Egypt). The new species is closely similar to C. longispinosum (Bourne, 1890), C. morii Sekiguchi, 1982, C. chelemense Suárez-Morales & Escamilla, 1997, and C. californiense Suárez-Morales & Palomares-García, 1999. The new species can be distinguished by the body proportions, the absence of the seta on the first segment of the P1-P4 exopods, the structure of the fifth legs, the relative length of the ovigerous spines, and the presence of eight shallow cuticular wrinkles on the lateral margin and dorsal surface of the genital double somite. Cymbasoma janetae n. sp. est décrite à partir de trois femelles adultes collectés dans le golfe d'Aqaba (mer Rouge, Egypte). La nouvelle espèce est très proche de C. longispinosum (Bourne, 1890), de C. morii Sekiguchi, 1982, de C. chelemense Suárez-Morales & Escamilla, 1997, et de C. californiense Suárez-Morales & Palomares-García, 1999. Elle se distingue par les proportions du corps, l'absence de la soie sur le premier segment des exopodites de P1-P4, la structure des cinquièmes pattes, la longueur relative des épines ovigères et la présence de huit replis superficiels sur le bord latéral et la surface dorsale du double somite génital.]

Affiliations: 1: National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, 101 Kasr Al Ainy, Cairo, Egypt

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