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NEW CALANOID COPEPODS (AETIDEIDAE) OF THE GENERA COMANTENNA, MESOCOMANTENNA, NEW GENUS, AND PARACOMANTENNA OFF THE BRAZILIAN COAST

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ABSTRACT Five species of Aetideidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) are recorded from the continental shelf and slope of Brazil. Comantenna recurvata Grice and Hulsemann, 1970, and Paracomantenna magalyae Campaner, 1978, are recorded for the second time. Three new species, one of them in a new genus, are described: C. curtisetosa, new species, Mesocomantenna spinosa, new genus, new species, and P. gracilis, new species. The importance of the type of ornamentation of the setae of lobes 4 and 5 of maxilla 2 to the separation of genera is discussed.

10.1163/193724086X00631
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2017-12-18

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