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SPELEONECTES GIRONENSIS, NEW SPECIES (REMIPEDIA: SPELEONECTIDAE), FROM ANCHIALINE CAVES IN CUBA, WITH REMARKS ON BIOGEOGRAPHY AND ECOLOGY

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ABSTRACT A species of the crustacean class Remipedia is reported for the first time from Cuba. Speleonectes gironensis, new species, is described from anchialine caves on the south-central coast near Playa Giron. Comparisons with other species of the genus are discussed. A key to the genus plus brief remarks on biogeography and ecology are included.

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2016-12-07

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