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ISOMOLGUS DESMOTES, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES (LICHOMOLGIDAE), A GALLICOLOUS POECILOSTOME COPEPOD FROM THE SCLERACTINIAN CORAL SERIATOPORA HYSTRIX DANA IN INDONESIA, WITH A REVIEW OF GALL-INHABITING CRUSTACEANS OF ANTHOZOANS

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ABSTRACT Isomolgus desmotes, new genus, new species, a lichomolgid copepod with a swollen prosome, is described from galls in Seriatopora hystrix Dana collected in Indonesia. This is the first report of a gallicolous poecilostome copepod from a scleractinian coral. The morphology and possible scenario for development of the gall are discussed, and a review of gall-inhabiting crustaceans of anthozoans is provided.

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2016-12-09

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