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The Systematics of Some Japanese Marine Isopods (Fam. Sphaeromatidae) of the Genera Dynoides Barnard, 1914 and Cymodocella Pfeffer, 1887, With Descriptions of Two New Species

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[Deux nouvelles espèces d'Isopodes Sphaeromatidés, Dynoides brevispina et Cymodocella marginata, sont décrites, avec une discussion de leurs affinités dans leurs genres respectifs. Les genres Dynoidella Pillai, Dynoidella Nishimura et Paradynoides Loyola e Silva sont synonymes du genre Dynoides., Deux nouvelles espèces d'Isopodes Sphaeromatidés, Dynoides brevispina et Cymodocella marginata, sont décrites, avec une discussion de leurs affinités dans leurs genres respectifs. Les genres Dynoidella Pillai, Dynoidella Nishimura et Paradynoides Loyola e Silva sont synonymes du genre Dynoides.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4067

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