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New Records of Two Species of Gnathiid Isopods,Paragnathia Formica (Hesse, 1864) and Gnathia Maxillaris (Montagu, 1804) (Isopoda, Gnathiidae) from the Black Sea

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During fieldwork on the southeastern Black Sea coast, in October 2009, two gnathiid isopods were found in their free-living stage, Paragnathia formica (Hesse, 1864) and Gnathia maxillaris (Montagu, 1804). These species are herein reported from the Black Sea for the first time.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Marine Biology, Fisheries Faculty, Rize University, TR-53100 Rize, Turkey;, Email:; 2: Department of Marine Biology, Fisheries Faculty, Ege University, TR-35100 Izmir, Turkey; 3: Department of Marine Biology, Fisheries Faculty, Rize University, TR-53100 Rize, Turkey


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