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COPEPODID STAGES OF HEMICYCLOPS CTENIDIS HO AND KIM, 1990 (CLAUSIDIIDAE), A POECILOSTOMATOID COPEPOD ASSOCIATED WITH A POLYCHAETE

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ABSTRACT Copepodid stages and adults of Hemicyclops ctenidis, a poecilostomatoid copepod symbiotic with a polychaete, were discovered in a brackish lagoon located on the eastern coast of Korea. The Saphirella-like first copepodids were collected simultaneously from both water and host in the same location. This finding substantiates previous authors' contentions that the Saphirella occurring in plankton samples are young forms of poecilostomatoids. Features occurring during copepodid development are described. This is the first record of the entire copepodid stages of Hemicyclops, one of the most primitive poecilostomatoids.

10.1163/193724092X00120
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2017-12-13

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