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Cancerilla Oblonga N. Sp., Ein Cyclopoider Copepode Auf Amphiura Capensis Ljungman (Ophiuroidea, Echino-Dermata)

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On a specimen of Amphittra capen.ri.r Ljungman from Lüderitz Bay (S.W. Africa), a single female of a cyclopoid copepod, Cancefilld oblonga n. sp., was found. The body is elongate, the cephalosome slightly broader than long, the following metasomal segments are not concealed by the tergal complex. The copepod was attached with the second antenna in the fourth tentacle pores of the ophiuroid, the cephalosome directed towards the center of the disk.

Affiliations: 1: Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Palmaille 9, 2 Hamburg 50, Bundesrepublik Deutschland


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