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On Monstrilla Spinosa Park, 1967 (Copepoda, Monstrilloida) in the Eastern Pacific

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[The monstrilloid copepod Monstrilla spinosa was only known from one cold temperate site in the Northwestern Pacific (Aleutian-Oregonian Province), and has not been directly observed since its original description in 1967. This species was found in Bahía de Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico, a new locality for the species in the Pacific warm temperate zone (Californian Province). The specimens (three females) differ from the type material in total length, antennular relative length, and cuticular ornamentation. Zoogeographical considerations are made with the available data on the distribution of the species., The monstrilloid copepod Monstrilla spinosa was only known from one cold temperate site in the Northwestern Pacific (Aleutian-Oregonian Province), and has not been directly observed since its original description in 1967. This species was found in Bahía de Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico, a new locality for the species in the Pacific warm temperate zone (Californian Province). The specimens (three females) differ from the type material in total length, antennular relative length, and cuticular ornamentation. Zoogeographical considerations are made with the available data on the distribution of the species.]

Affiliations: 1: Centro de Investigaciones de Quintana Roo, A. P. 424, Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico; 2: Biopesca, AV. Ruiz 1703, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

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