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HALICYCLOPS GLABER, A NEW CYCLOPOID COPEPOD FROM THE POMONGA RIVER, BRAZIL, WITH COMMENTS ON HALICYCLOPS KORODIENSIS ONABAMIRO, 1952

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ABSTRACT A new species of cyclopoid copepod (Halicyclops glaber) is described from the brackish waters of Pomonga River, Sergipe State. Northeast Brazil. H. korodiensis Onabamiro, 1952, a species from Nigeria which is imperfectly known only from females, is redescribed.

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2016-12-05

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