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A NEW NICOTHOID COPEPOD PARASITIC ON MYSIDS FROM NORTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA

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ABSTRACT Hansenulus trebax, a new genus and species of Copepoda Nicothoidae, is described and recorded as an ectoparasite within the marsupia of four species of Mysidacea. Infested mysids were collected mostly from the Columbia River estuary. Two copepod-bearing mysids were collected near San Juan Island, Washington, and one each from near Kodiak Island, Alaska, and the eastern Bering Sea. A key is given for the three nicothoid genera whose species are parasites of mysids.

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1986-01-01
2016-12-05

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