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On Five Species of Formosan Parasitic Copepods Belonging To the Suborder Caligoida

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Die vorliegende Arbeit berichtet über fünf Arten parasitischer Copepoden von Fischen, welche in der Zeit vom 28. bis zum 31. Juli 1961 bei Nanfangao, Formosa, gesammelt worden waren. Pandarus carcharhini ist neu für die Wissenschaft, die anderen vier Arten (Caligus coryphaenae, Euryphorus nympha, Gloiopotes longicaudatus und Pandarus ,tatyru.r) sind neu für Formosa. Für jede Art wird eine detaillierte Beschreibung mit Abbildungen gegeben. Soweit es dem Autor bekannt ist, repräsentiert diese Mitteilung den ersten Bericht über parasitische Copepoden mariner Fische von Formosa; vorausgegangen sind zwei Arbeiten über parasitische Copepoden von Formosa-Süsswasserfischen.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Formosa


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