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PSEUDOJANIRA INVESTIGATORIS, NEW SPECIES, FROM SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA: SECOND SPECIES IN THE PSEUDOJANIRIDAE (ISOPODA: ASELLOTA) WITH NEW MORPHOLOGICAL INFORMATION AND INTERPRETATIONS

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ABSTRACT Pseudojanira investigatoris, new species, differs from P. stenetrioides, the only other species in the Pseudojaniroidea, in proportions and setation of the body, mouthparts, pereiopods, and pleopods. The interaction of the penes and male pleopods I and 2 in sperm transfer is deduced. The spermatheca opens through a short cuticular organ into a furrow which it shares with the prospective oopore and stylet receptacle on the anteroventral surface of pereionite 5 of the preparatory female. The spermatheca attaches at a single point to the ovary. The spermatheca, cuticular organ, and stylet receptacle are lost in the molt to ovigerous female and only the enlarged oopore remains.

10.1163/193724090X00401
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2017-10-23

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