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Two New Species of Copepoda Parasitic On Polynoid Polychaetes

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Description of two copepod species, Selioides capensis n. sp. (Nereicolidae), parasitic on Subadyte pellucida from Table Bay (South Africa), and Eurysilenium fungosum n. sp. (Herpyllobiidae), parasitic on Hemilipidia versluysi from the Kai Islands (Indonesia). Both hosts belong to the Polynoidae (Polychaeta).

Affiliations: 1: c/o Institute of Systematics and Population Biology, University of Amsterdam, P.O. Box 94766, NL-1090 GT Amsterdam, The Netherlands


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