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A New Family of Parasitic Copepods (Cyclopoida, Shiinoidae)

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Eine neue Familie wird errichtet, um das Genus Shiinoa Kabata - Parasiten in der Nasenhöhlen scombrider Fische - aufzunehmen. Vom westlichen Antlantischen Ozean wird eine neue Art, S. inauris, beschrieben. Diese Art unterscheidet sich von S. occlusa Kabata - einer Indopazifischen Art - durch den Besitz von 3-segmentigen Exopoden an Bein 1 und 2; bei S. occlusa sind die Exopoden 2-segmentig. Für die neue Art werden beide Geschlechter beschrieben, für S. occitisa das Männchen zum ersten mal. Die neue Familie scheint den Ergasilidae näher zu stehen als irgendeine vorher beschriebene poecilostome Familie.

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


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