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A NEW SPECIES OF TORTANUS (COPEPODA, CALANOIDA) FROM TAIWAN

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A new species, Tortanus taiwanicus of the family Tortanidae (Copepoda, Calanoida), is described and illustrated from zooplankton collected in the coastal waters of Hualien, Taiwan. Tortanus (Atortus) taiwanicus may be distinguished from other species of the subgenus by the thoracic somites 4 and 5 being fused and protruding middorsally in the female, and by urosomal somite 2 of the male being furnished on the right side with postero-lateral and postero-ventral processes of unequal size, as well as by the shape of the male's fifth legs. This species may be endemic to Taiwan.

Une nouvelle espece, Tortanus taiwanicus, de la famille des Tortanidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) est decrite et illustree du zooplancton des eaux cotieres de Hualien, Taiwan. Tortanus (Atortus) taiwanicus peut etre distinguee des autres especes du sous-genre par les somites thoraciques 4 et 5 qui sont fusionnes et font saillie medio-dorsalement chez la femelle et par le somite 2 de l'urosome du male qui est pourvu du cote droit de processus postero-lateral et postero-ventral de taille inegale, ainsi que par la forme des cinquiemes pattes de ce dernier. Cette espece peut etre endemique de Taiwan.

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1999-04-01
2016-08-28

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