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ACICONULA ACANTHOSOMA, NEW SPECIES, A CAPRELLID AMPHIPOD FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, WITH NOTES ON ITS ECOLOGY

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ABSTRACT A caprellid amphipod, Aciconula acanthosoma, new species, is described from nearshore waters of Santa Catalina Island, California. Previously the genus Aciconula was monotypic, known only from the western Pacific species A. miranda. The new species was common and persistent during 15 years of sampling, and was found on 12 types of substrata and in the gut contents of eight species of fishes. It is distinguished from A. miranda primarily by the spination of the head and pereionites.

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1989-01-01
2016-12-06

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