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[Un Nouveau Cymothoadien, Meinertia Capri N. Sp. (Isopoda), Parasite De Capros Aper Lacépède, 1803 (Téléostéens, Caproidae) En Méditerranée, Un Nouveau Cymothoadien, Meinertia Capri N. Sp. (Isopoda), Parasite De Capros Aper Lacépède, 1803 (Téléostéens, Caproidae) En Méditerranée]

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[So far, the following species of Cymothoid parasitic isopods have been recorded from the Mediterranean : Meinertia parallela (Otto), M. italica (Schioedte & Meinert), M. gobii (Schioedte & Meinert), M. oestroides (Risso), M. steindachneri (Koelbel), M. collaris (Koelbel) and M. oxyrrhynchaena (Koelbel). Now a new species is added to this list, namely, Meinertia capri n. sp., parasitic on Capros aper Lacépède in the Mediterranean. Of this new species individuals in the female phase, in the male phase, and the larvae from the brood pouch ("pulli") are described. Some ecological observations are given, such as the observed index of parasitism. The paper ends with a critical taxonomic discussion., So far, the following species of Cymothoid parasitic isopods have been recorded from the Mediterranean : Meinertia parallela (Otto), M. italica (Schioedte & Meinert), M. gobii (Schioedte & Meinert), M. oestroides (Risso), M. steindachneri (Koelbel), M. collaris (Koelbel) and M. oxyrrhynchaena (Koelbel). Now a new species is added to this list, namely, Meinertia capri n. sp., parasitic on Capros aper Lacépède in the Mediterranean. Of this new species individuals in the female phase, in the male phase, and the larvae from the brood pouch ("pulli") are described. Some ecological observations are given, such as the observed index of parasitism. The paper ends with a critical taxonomic discussion.]

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire de Biologie Animale (S.P.C.N.), Montpellier et Station Biologique de Sète (Hérault), France

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