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Two New Species of Macrochiron Brady, 1872, and a New Record for Pseudomacrochiron Parvum (a. Scott, 1909) in the Northwest Atlantic (Copepoda, Cyclopoida)

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Trois espèces de Copépodes Lichomolgidae (Cyclopoida) ont été rapportées avec l'algue Sargassum dans un seul trait de neuston dans le Nord-Ouest Atlantique. Ces espèces sont: Macrochiron hudsoni n. sp., M. avirostrum n. sp., et Pseudomacrochiron parvum (A. Scott, 1909) antérieurement signalé de l'Océan Indien seulement. Les trois espèces sont décrites et illustrées. L'auteur effectue une brève revue des Pseudomacrochiron et donne une clé concernant les cinq espèces connues.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada


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