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ABSTRACT Odontozonaminoica, a new species of stenopodid shrimp from the Aegean Sea, is described. This is the first species of the genus Odontozona recorded from the Mediterranean Sea. The differences between the new species and the eight known species of the genus are discussed. During a cruise along the northwest coast of Crete, by the vessel of the Greek Hydrographical Service Nautilus, an ovigerous female belonging to the genus Odontozona was collected from a silty substrate at a depth of 330 m. After review of the relevant literature, it became obvious that the presence of this genus in the Mediterranean had been previously unrecorded. The specimen has been deposited in the Museum of the Zoological Department in the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki (MZDAUT).


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