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On Three New Species of Cumacea From the Southern Sea of Japan

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Descriptions de trois nouveaux Cumacés, Bodotria biplicata, Pseudoleucon japonicus et Schizotrema sakaii, capturés la nuit en surface au large des côtes de l'île de Sado, au sud de la Mer du Japon. B. biplicata se rapproche de B. pulchella Sars des eaux européennes, dont il se distingue principalement par la rame interne des uropodes qui est non-divisée. P. japonicus est la seconde espèce du genre Pseudoleucon. Cette espèce est très voisine de P. sorex Zimmer, mais elle s'en distingue par la dentelure sur le bord antéro-latéral de la carapace. S.sakazi se rapproche de S. resima Hale et de S. aculeata Hale de l'Australie, dont il diffère nettement par son ornementation remarquable sur la carapace.

Affiliations: 1: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Education, Yokohama National University, Kamakura, Japan


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