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TWO NEW SHRIMPS (PROCARIDIDAE AND AGOSTOCARIDIDAE, NEW FAMILY) FROM MARINE CAVES OF THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC

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ABSTRACT Procarischacei is described from Green Bay Cave, Hamilton Parish, Bermuda, and Agostocaris williamsi from caves in the Bahamas (Cat I., Grand Bahama I.) and The Turks and Caicos (Providenciales I. and North Caicos I.). Procaris chacei is the third known species of the genus Procaris, the others having been found on Ascension Island and on Hawaii. The new monotypic family Agostocarididae, proposed to receive Agostocaris williamsi, new genus and species, shares some features with the family Bresiliidae.

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2016-12-09

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