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A New Species of Euraphia (Cirripedia, Chthamalidae) From Micronesia

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Le Cirripède balanomorphe Euraphla montgomeryi n. sp. est décrit d'après des spécimens de Guam, recueillis sur des coquilles de grands E. hembeli (60 mm de diamètre), dans des crevasses littorales. E. montgomeryi est petit (2,8 mm de diamètre à l'état adulte), possède de curieuses invaginations entre tergum et scutum de chaque côté de l'opercule, et a une paire d'appendices caudaux uniarticulés. Son association avec des balanes égalements petites, telles que Tetraclitella divisa et un Tesseropora avec des larves cypris, qui sont largement distribuées sur les côtes tropicales pacifiques, permet du supposer que E. montgomeryi a aussi une large extension.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand


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