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RECORDS OF SHALLOW-WATER MARINE ISOPODS FROM BERMUDA WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES

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ABSTRACT An extensive collection of marine isopods from the Peabody Museum, Yale University, taken from 114 collecting stations on Bermuda, is reported. The collection adds 10 new records to the list of known Bermudan isopods, including two undescribed species, Mesanthura bermudensis and Joeropsis nigricapitis. These two species can be recognized initially by their distinctive pigment patterns. Fresh material shows Anthomuda stenotelson Schultz to be a junior synonym of Anthelura affinis Richardson. Also included in the report are the descriptions of two new species collected from a cave, Munnogonium somersensis and Stenobermuda iliffei. The latter, which exhibits protogynous hermaphroditism, is shown to be a member of the Gnathostenetroididae.

10.1163/193724094X00317
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2017-12-12

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