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Two New Species of Calanoid Copepods From the Galapagos Islands With Remarks On the Identity of Three Other Species1)

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[Pseudodiaptomus galapagensis n. sp. und Acartia levequei n. sp. werden aus Proben von Academy Bay, Galapagos, beschrieben. Ein Vergleich mit Typus Individuen anderer Spezies zeigt, dass Acarita hamata Wilson, 1950 mit A. bispinosa Carl, 1907 und Acartia ransoni Vaissière, 1954 mit A. fossae Gurney, 1927 synonym sind und dass Undeuchaeta incisa Esterly, 1911 dem Genus Pseudochirella zugehört., Pseudodiaptomus galapagensis n. sp. und Acartia levequei n. sp. werden aus Proben von Academy Bay, Galapagos, beschrieben. Ein Vergleich mit Typus Individuen anderer Spezies zeigt, dass Acarita hamata Wilson, 1950 mit A. bispinosa Carl, 1907 und Acartia ransoni Vaissière, 1954 mit A. fossae Gurney, 1927 synonym sind und dass Undeuchaeta incisa Esterly, 1911 dem Genus Pseudochirella zugehört.]

Affiliations: 1: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole (Mass.), U.S.A.

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2016-09-28

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