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The Anomoclausiidae: a New Family of Cyclopoid Copepods, With a Description of Anomoclausia Indrehusae Gen. Nov., Sp. Nov

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Définition d'une nouvelle famille de Copépodes Cyclopoïdes, les Anomoclausiidae, et description d'Anomoclausia indrehusae n.g., n.sp. Ce Copépode a été trouvé dans la vase d'Oslofjord, Norvège, à une profondeur de 100 m environ. Il est voisin de la famille des Clausiidae. L'auteur expose les motifs qui l'ont amené à en faire le type d'une famille et émet une suggestion concernant l'identité de l'hôte: ce dernier serait, sous toutes réserves, un Polychète de la famille des Spionidae.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Queen's University, Belfast, Great Britain


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