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On Three New Cyclopoid Copepods Associated With Deep-Water Polychaetes in the North-East Atlantic

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[Description de deux nouveaux genres et de trois nouvelles espèces de Copépodes habitant dans les tubes de Polychètes Serpulides vivants. Leurs affinités avec la famille des Clausiidae, notamment avec Bactropus Gravier, sont discutées., Description de deux nouveaux genres et de trois nouvelles espèces de Copépodes habitant dans les tubes de Polychètes Serpulides vivants. Leurs affinités avec la famille des Clausiidae, notamment avec Bactropus Gravier, sont discutées.]

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1964-01-01
2016-02-14

Affiliations: 1: The Laboratory, Citadel Hill, Plymouth, Great Britain

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