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Anchistrotos Occidentalis C. B. Wilson, 1924 (Crustacea, Copepoda), a Parasite of the Orange Filefish

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Das adulte Weibchen des cyclopoiden Copepoden Anchistrotos occidentalis Wilson, welches an den Kiemen des in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, vorkommenden Alutera schoepfi lebt, wird wiederbeschrieben. Das bisher unbekannte Männchen wird beschrieben. Die Unterscheidung dieser Art von anderen Arten der Gattung wird diskutiert.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts


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