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On the Systematic Position of Dynamenella Eatoni (Miers, 1875) and Redescription of the Species (Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae)1)

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En el presente trabajo se redescribe e ilustra a Dynamenella eatoni (Miers, 1875), se la compara con D. huttoni de Sudáfrica y Nueva Zelandia y con D. ovalis de Sudáfrica. Se discute la posición sistemática de D. eatoni, y se concluye que esta especie, asi como D. huttoni y D. ovalis, deben transferirse al género Cymodocella; por esta razón se da una breve diagnosis, con los caracteres más salientes, de los géneros de Eubranchiatinae próximos a Dynamenella. Se incluye un mapa con la distribución geográfica de las tres especies citadas. También se designa el lectotipo para Cymodocella eatoni y para C. ovalis.

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1981-01-01
2015-08-30

Affiliations: 1: Centro de Investigación de Biología Marina - INTI, C.C. N° 157, (1650) San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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