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Remarks On Two Species of Copepods in Costa Rica, Including a Description of a New Species of Tropocyclops

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[Pseudodiaptomus marshi et Tropocyclops pseudoparvus n. sp. ont été découverts au Costa Rica. La première espèce est maintenant connue de plusieurs stations toutes situées sur les bords de l'ancienne mer Caraïbe. La seconde présente des caractéristiques inhabituelles qui la distingue des autres espèces du genre., Pseudodiaptomus marshi et Tropocyclops pseudoparvus n. sp. ont été découverts au Costa Rica. La première espèce est maintenant connue de plusieurs stations toutes situées sur les bords de l'ancienne mer Caraïbe. La seconde présente des caractéristiques inhabituelles qui la distingue des autres espèces du genre.]

Affiliations: 1: Station Biologique, 24620, Les Eyzies, France; 2: Department of Biology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3G1

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