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Connecting the dots: confirmation and description of Paranamixis misakiensis Thomas, 1997 leucomorphs (Amphipoda, Leucothoidae)

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Leucothoid amphipods in the genus Paranamixis Schellenberg, 1938 exhibit two morphologies: pre-transformational leucomorphs and post-transformational anamorphs. The previously unknown leucomorph stage of Paranamixis misakiensis Thomas, 1997 is described. The connection of the leucomorph lifestage to the anamorph lifestage is confirmed via collection from a sponge host in Nabeta Bay, Shimoda, Izu Peninsula, Japan and with nuclear 18S ribosomal DNA sequences.

Affiliations: 1: University of Maryland University College, Asia Division, Camp Foster Education Center, Unit 35042, FPO AP 96373-5042, Okinawa, Japan


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