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A New Species of the Tanaid Genus Tanaissus Norman & Scott From British Waters

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[Une nouvelle espèce de Tanaissus Norman & Scott est décrite des Îles Shetland. C'est la deuxième espèce de ce genre qui a été recoltée dans les eaux de Grande Bretagne, l'autre étant Tanaissus lilljeborgi (Stebbing, 1891). La description de T. elongatus sp. nov. est fondée sur le mâle, seul sexe recolté. Note added in proof: Since this paper went to press, Sieg (1982) has published a paper in which he reviews Tanaissus. He redescribes T. lilljeborgi, transfers Leptognathia psammophila to Tanaissus psammophilus and erects a new genus, Protanaissus, to house Typhlotanais longidactylus Shiino., Une nouvelle espèce de Tanaissus Norman & Scott est décrite des Îles Shetland. C'est la deuxième espèce de ce genre qui a été recoltée dans les eaux de Grande Bretagne, l'autre étant Tanaissus lilljeborgi (Stebbing, 1891). La description de T. elongatus sp. nov. est fondée sur le mâle, seul sexe recolté. Note added in proof: Since this paper went to press, Sieg (1982) has published a paper in which he reviews Tanaissus. He redescribes T. lilljeborgi, transfers Leptognathia psammophila to Tanaissus psammophilus and erects a new genus, Protanaissus, to house Typhlotanais longidactylus Shiino.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The University, Nottingham NG7 2RD, England

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