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Metapeniculus Antofagastensis Gen. Et Sp. Nov. (Copepoda, Pennellidae) Parasitic On Two Inshore Fishes of Antofagasta, Chile, South Pacific

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[Un Copépode pennellide, Metapeniculus antofagastensis gen. et sp. nov., parasite de deux poissons côtiers, à Antofagasta (Chili): Anisotremus scapularis (Tschudi) (type hôte) et Doydixodon laevifrons (Tschudi), est décrit et illustré. Ce nouveau genre ressemble à Peniculus, dont il diffère par les pattes; il en possède trois paires, et leur position le distingue de tous les autres pennellides; ces trois paires de pattes sont placées plus en arrière que d'habitude, en raison de la longueur du premier segment qui porte des pattes., Un Copépode pennellide, Metapeniculus antofagastensis gen. et sp. nov., parasite de deux poissons côtiers, à Antofagasta (Chili): Anisotremus scapularis (Tschudi) (type hôte) et Doydixodon laevifrons (Tschudi), est décrit et illustré. Ce nouveau genre ressemble à Peniculus, dont il diffère par les pattes; il en possède trois paires, et leur position le distingue de tous les autres pennellides; ces trois paires de pattes sont placées plus en arrière que d'habitude, en raison de la longueur du premier segment qui porte des pattes.]

Affiliations: 1: Universidad de Antofagasta, Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanoldgicas, Casilla 1240, Antofagasta, Chile

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