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New Records of Harpacticoid Copepods From the East Coast of Britain, and a Description of the True Male of Laophonte Danversae Hamond

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Douze espèces de Copépodes Harpacticoïdes sont signalées pour la première fois de la côte est de la Grande Bretagne: Harpacticus septentrionalis Klie, Tegastes clausi Sars, Diarthrodes aegideus (Brian), Dactylopodia cf. glacialis (Sars), Amphiascus cf. sinuatus Sars, Amphiascus longarticulatus Marcus, Amphiascopsis cinctus (Claus), Robertgurneya similis similis (A. Scott), Amphiascoides neglectus (Norman & T. Scott), Ameira brevipes pestae Petkovski, Proameira hiddensoensis (Schäfer), Paralaophonte spitzbergensis Mielke. Le mâle de Laophonte danversae Hamond est décrit, ce qui confirme l'identité distincte de l'espèce, précédemment considérée comme un synonyme de L. drachi Medioni & Soyer.

Affiliations: 1: Wellcome Marine Laboratory, University of Leeds, Robin Hood's Bay, N. Yorkshire, Y022 4SL, Great Britain


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