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New and Old Dogielinotid Marine Amphipoda

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Die in der vorliegenden Arbeit beschriebene dritte Art der Amphipodenfamilie Dogielinotidae wurde auf sublitoralem Sandboden in Nord-Kalifornien gefunden. Das Verbreitungsareal dieser Familie reicht von Japan und dem Ochotskischen Meer bis zum mittleren Breitengrad des nordöstlichen Pazifischen Ozeans. Eine Strukturanalyse von Oberlippe und Epistom der neuen Art enthüllt neue, sehr wichtige morphologische Kriterien der Familie. Die teilweise Wiederbeschreibung der Art Haustorioides munsterhjelmi Oldevig, von Sakhalin, weist darauf hin, daß sich diese Gattung in der Tat von Doglielinotus unterscheidet.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Crustacea, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.


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