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Marine Cyclopoida Gnathostoma (Copepoda) Von Der Bretagne-Küste Als Kommensalen Von Polychaeten

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Dr. J. H. Stock collected, in the tidal region of the coast of Brittany, France, some cyclopoid copepods which are commensals of the following Polychaeta: Nereis diversicolor, Sabellaria alveolata, Halorydna gelatinosa and Harmothoe sp. Three new species (Cyclopina tuberculata, Halicyclops stocki and Halicyclops incognitus) are described and figured, as also are Cyclopina kieferi Schäfer and Halicydops rotundipies Kiefer.

Affiliations: 1: Limnologische Station Niederrhein in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Krefeld-Hülserberg, Deutschland


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