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Siphonostomatoide Copepoden Aus Der Arktis

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[A study of a series of siphonostomatoid copepods belonging to the family Artotrogidae, collected by Prof. G. E. MacGinitie off the "Arctic Research Laboratory Pont Barrow", Alaska (71°20'N 156°41'W), resulted in the description of two new species, one of Bradypontius Giesbrecht, and one of Arctopontius Sars. Some aspects of the reductional phenomena in the endopods of the 4th legs in these and other artotrogid genera are discussed. Artotrogus orbicularis has also been redescribed from that remote locality, especially in view of the very conspicuous aberrations of its swimming-legs and of their setal armature, relative to existing descriptions in literature., A study of a series of siphonostomatoid copepods belonging to the family Artotrogidae, collected by Prof. G. E. MacGinitie off the "Arctic Research Laboratory Pont Barrow", Alaska (71°20'N 156°41'W), resulted in the description of two new species, one of Bradypontius Giesbrecht, and one of Arctopontius Sars. Some aspects of the reductional phenomena in the endopods of the 4th legs in these and other artotrogid genera are discussed. Artotrogus orbicularis has also been redescribed from that remote locality, especially in view of the very conspicuous aberrations of its swimming-legs and of their setal armature, relative to existing descriptions in literature.]

Affiliations: 1: Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien, Österreich

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1986-01-01
2016-09-27

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