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The Systematics and Ecology of Some Sand Beach Isopods (Family Cirolanidae) From the Coasts of Saudi Arabia

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!Im Rahmen einer Studie der Fauna mehrerer Sandstrände am Roten Meer und am Golf von Arabien wurden drei Arten eurydicider Isopoden gesammelt, von denen zwei der Wissenschaft bisher unbekannt waren. Umfassende Beschreibungen dieser neuen Arten, zusammen mit einem Bericht über ihre Verbreitung und Ökologie, werden hier vorgelegt. Wo immer eine einzelne Art von Eurydice an einem Strand vorkommt, bewohnt sie die mittlere Küstenzone.

Affiliations: 1: Marine Science Laboratories, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, Great Britain


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