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New Record of Sphaeromatidae (Isopoda) From the Brazilian Southern Coast: Dynamenella Dianae (Menzies, 1962) 1)

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Dans ce travail est signalée par la première fois la présence de l'Isopode Sphaeromatidae Dynamenalla dianae dans l'hemisphère sud. Cette espèce a été trouvée dans la zone littorale de Santos et de São Sebastião, côte nord de l'état de São Paulo, Brésil. Cette présence repousse de beaucoup la limite de l'éspèce vers le sud, car, antérieurement, elle était connue seulement du Mexico et de Puerto Rico. Une clef pour la détermination des espèces de Dynamenella connues du Brésil, une redescription complète de Dynamenella dianae, et une discussion sur les points critiques de la définition du genre sont aussi presentées.

Affiliations: 1: Instituto Oceanográfico, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil


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