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Ampelisca Remora (Amphipoda): Nouvelle Espèce Des Côtes De Galice (Atlantique Nord-Est)

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Ampelisca remora is described from Ria de Arosa and Ria de Muros (Galicia, Spain). Twenty-six specimens have been collected from a muddy sand Prionospio malmgreni community and one specimen from a muddy Amphiura chiajei-Amphiura filiformis community. The new species is characterized by (1) a dorsal sucker-like structure, unknown in the Amphipoda, on the first segment of the pleosome; (2) its short antennae: the first antenna reaches beyond the peduncle of the second; the second is slightly longer than 1/3 of the body; (3) the presence of a small tooth at the posterior corner of the second epimeral plate; (4) the 7th pereopod, with a short lobeless merus and a globular dactylus. The species is compared to those of congeners with which it appears to be most similar.

Affiliations: 1: Station Marine d'Endoume - CNRS/LA 41, Rue Batterie des Lions, 13007 Marseille, France; 2: Station Marine de Roscoff, CNRS - LP 4601 et Université P. & M. Curie (Paris VI), 29211 Roscoff, France

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