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MYSIDACEA FROM SHALLOW WATERS IN THE VICINITY OF CARRIE BOW CAY, BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW SPECIES

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ABSTRACT Sixteen species of Mysidacea occupy shallow-water habitats in the vicinity of Carrie Bow Cay, Belize. Geographic ranges of Siriella mexicana, S. chierchiae, Amathimysis cherados, A. gibba, A. polita, Dioptromysis paucispinosa, Parvimysis bahamensis, Metamysidopsis sp., Mysidopsis velifera, Mysidium columbiae, M. integrum, Heteromysis actiniae, H. bermudensis, and H. mayana, have been extended to include the waters off Belize, Central America. Descriptions of two new species, Mysidopsis badius and Heteromysis tuberculospina, are presented.

10.1163/193724087X00090
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2017-11-18

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