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A HITHERTO UNDESCRIBED JUVENILE STAGE OF A FEMALE DAJID ISOPOD

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ABSTRACT An incomplete account, based on a single individual, is given of an undescribed juvenile female of a dajid isopod (possibly Heterophryxus appendiculatus G.O. Sars). It was found in a horizontal plankton haul at 100 m depth off northwest Africa. Its dissimilarity to the adult is discussed, as are some features of structural and biological interest.

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1983-01-01
2016-12-09

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