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DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES OF BRADYELLOPSIS AND PERISSOCOPE (COPEPODA: HARPACTICOIDA) FROM THE CALIFORNIA COAST WITH REVISED KEYS TO THE GENERA

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ABSTRACT Harpacticoid copepods collected from central and northern California coastal habitats included new species of Bradyellopsis and Perissocope which are described, contrasted with similar species in tabular comparisons, and included in revised keys to the genera. Bradyellopsis is heretofore unknown in the Western Hemisphere. Mouthparts of a member of this genus are described and figured for the first time. The specimens of Perissocope represent the first record of the genus in the eastern Pacific, and the second from north temperate waters.

10.1163/193724087X00324
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2017-12-15

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