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Protallocoxoidea New Superfamily (Isopoda Asellota) With a Description of Protallocoxa Weddellensis New Genus, New Species From the Antarctic Ocean

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Protallocoxa weddellensis, nouvelle espèce et nouveau genre d'Asellote, est décrite et constitue la base d'une nouvelle superfamille. Les Protallocoxoidea sont définis d'après la structure de la coxa du péréiopode I. La coxa est élargie, visible en vue dorsale, et s'étend au bord latéral du corps. Cette structure est unique chez les Asellotes. L'espèce est figurée. Elle a été capturée dans la mer de Weddell, océan Antarctique, par le R/V "Eltanin".

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