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A Revision of Generic Definitions in the Calanidae (Copepoda, Calanoida)

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La famille des Calanidae appartenant aux Calanoïdes est redéfinie et ses espèces sont groupées en cinq genres existants, qui sont redéfinis eux aussi, et en deux genres nouveaux. Les genres redéfinis sont: Calanus Leach, 1816 (= Nannocalanus Sars, 1925); Calanoides Brady, 1883; Canthocalanus A. Scott, 1909; Undinula A. Scott, 1909; Neoralanus Sars, 1925. L'un des deux nouveaux genres est établi pour inclure Undina darwini Lubbock, 1860 et Calanus caroli Giesbrecht. 1888; l'autre doit inclure Calanur tenuicornis Dana, 1849 et Calanur lighti Bowman, 1955.

Affiliations: 1: c/o Division of Crustacea, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. 20560, U.S.A.; 2: Portobello Marine Biological Station and Zoology Department, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

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