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Typhlocirolana Reichi N. Sp., Un Nouvel Isopode Cirolanide De La Dépression De La Mer Morte

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A new species of Isopoda, Typhlocirolana reichi, is described from the rheocrene spring of Ein Hakikar (Ayn el Beida), south of Sedom, in the rift valley of the Dead Sea. The species is characterized by the short antennulae and antennae, and the paucity of spines and setae on pereiopods, pleopods, uropods and telson. The "propodial organ" is present only in the male. A few observations on behaviour are given and the zoogeographical significance of this new find is mentioned.

Affiliations: 1: Université Hébraique, Jérusalem, Israel


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