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The Copepoda of Di Zahav Pool (Gulf of Elat, Red Sea)

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Eighteen species of Copepoda are reported from the metahaline seepage pool of Di Zahav on the coast of the Gulf of Elat. Ridgewayia typica, Euryte sp., Orthopsyllus linearis, Typhlamphiascus confusus, Laophonte inornata and Heterolaophonte quinquespinosa are dominant. The composition of the fauna of this high-salinity pool is discussed. A new genus and two new species of Harpacticoida are being described: Dizahavia halophila n. gen. n. sp. and Cletodes dorae n. sp. A new genus and species of Cyclopoida is described, too: Cyclopuella sinaitica n. sp. The species Ridgewayia typica (Calanoida) is redescribed in detail.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


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