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New Data On North African Spelaeoniscidae (Isopoda, Oniscoidea)

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Les auteurs décrivent deux nouvelles espèces de Spelaeoniscidae d'Afrique du Nord, dont l'une appartient à un genre nouveau, Albertosphoera, caractérisé par des sillons antennaires qui s'étendent directement jusqu'au bord postérieur du céphalon et dans lesquels les antennes s'engagent complètement durant le processus d'enroulement, et par la présence de mécanismes de verrouillage sur les 1ers, 2èmes, et 3èmes épimères. L'autre espèce nouvelle, Maghreboniscus minimus, est caractérisée par la morphologie particulière des pléopodes mâles, des uropodes, et du telson.

Affiliations: 1: Polycathedra Institute of Animal Biology, University of Catania, Catania, Italy


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