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New Harpacticoid Copepods Associated With Pacific Cephalopods

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[Trois nouvelles espèces de copépodes Harpacticoïdes appartenant à la famille des Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 sont décrites: Octopinella tenacis gen. et. sp. nov., Cholidyella breviseta sp. nov. et C. nesisi sp. nov. Toutes ces espèces de copépodes parasitent des octopodes dans les eaux pacifiques littorales du Japon et des Kouriles., Trois nouvelles espèces de copépodes Harpacticoïdes appartenant à la famille des Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 sont décrites: Octopinella tenacis gen. et. sp. nov., Cholidyella breviseta sp. nov. et C. nesisi sp. nov. Toutes ces espèces de copépodes parasitent des octopodes dans les eaux pacifiques littorales du Japon et des Kouriles.]

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1986-01-01
2015-04-21

Affiliations: 1: Pacific Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography, Shevchenko Alley 4, Vladivostok, 690600, U.S.S.R.

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