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The Occurrence of Munna (Isopoda, Asellota) On the Southern Brazilian Coast, With a Description of Two New Species')

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Dans ce travail sont décrites deux espèces nouvelles de Munna de la côte sud et sud-ouest du Brésil: Munna (Uromunna) cananeia et Munna (Uromunna) peterseni. Ces espèces ont été trouvées à Cananéia, état de São Paulo, et à Lagoa dos Patos, Rio Grande do Sul. Leurs caractéristiques les plus importantes sont l'absence de palpe mandibulaire, l'absence de dimorphisme sexuel dans le péréiopode I, et l'habitat en eau saumâtre. Munnoides caribea Carvacho, 1977 est placée dans le genre Munna. Le sous-genre Uromunna et l'existence d'un groupe d'espèces atlantiques bien caractérisé sont aussi discutés.

Affiliations: 1: Instituto Oceanográfico, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil


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