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The Male of Ismaila Monstrosa Bergh, 1867 (Copepoda, Splanchnotrophidae)

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[Der Bau des Männchens von Ismaila monstrosa Bergh, 1867, eines parasitischen Copepoden, wird auf der Grundlage von 32 erwachsenen Exemplaren von der Nordwestküste Oregons erstmals beschrieben. Gegenüber den Weibchen zeichnen sich die Männchen durch Zwergwuchs aus. Beide Geschlechter haben zwei Paar Antennen und stimmen im Bau der Mundwerkzeuge überein., Der Bau des Männchens von Ismaila monstrosa Bergh, 1867, eines parasitischen Copepoden, wird auf der Grundlage von 32 erwachsenen Exemplaren von der Nordwestküste Oregons erstmals beschrieben. Gegenüber den Weibchen zeichnen sich die Männchen durch Zwergwuchs aus. Beide Geschlechter haben zwei Paar Antennen und stimmen im Bau der Mundwerkzeuge überein.]

Affiliations: 1: Biology Department, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina 27834, U.S.A.

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1981-01-01
2016-12-11

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