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TWO NEW MONSTRILLOIDS (COPEPODA: MONSTRILLOIDA) FROM THE COASTAL AREA OF THE MEXICAN CARIBBEAN SEA

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ABSTRACT From plankton samples taken in coastal areas of the eastern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexican Caribbean Sea, two new species of Monstrilloida (Copepoda) are described, Monstrilla rebs and Monstrillopsis ciqroi. Monstrilla rebis is distinguished as a new species mainly by the location of the oral papilla and the presence of two setae on both rami of the fifth legs. Monstrillopsis ciqroi differs from all previously known species of Monstrillopsis by the combination of features of the structure and armature of the fifth legs, the armature of the antennule, the proportions of the ovigerous spines, and by its size.

10.1163/193724093X00129
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2017-10-18

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