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Un Nouveau Thermosbaenacé, Monodella Relicta N. Sp. Dans La Dépression De La Mer Morte

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A fifth species of the interesting crustacean order Thermosbaenacea, Monodella relicta n. sp., is described from the thermo-mineral springs of Hamei Zohar in Israel. The springs are situated on the shores of the Dead Sea near Sodoma, at 395 m below the level of the Mediterranean and at a distance of some 100 km from that sea. The specific characters emphasize a close relationship to Monodella halophila Karaman. The paleogeographic and zoogeographic problems which arise from the discovery of this new species of Monodella are mentioned.

Affiliations: 1: Université Hébraïque, Jérusalem, Israël


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