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NEW AND ALREADY KNOWN SPECIES OF THE GENUS ANISOMYSIS (MYSIDACEA) FROM HAWAII AND THE SOCIETY ISLANDS

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ABSTRACT Three new species of Anisomysis and the male of Anisomysis xenops are described. Anisomysis hawaiiensis, new species, resembles A. incisa, but is distinguishable by the telson having a deeper and V-shaped distal cleft. Anisomysis extranea, new species, is easily distinguished from other species by the characteristic telson. This species is unique in that the antennular peduncle of the male bears neither a processus masculinus nor a tuft of setae. Anisomysis boraboraensis, new species, is closely allied to A. vasseuri, but different in the fourth male pleopod. The male of A. xenops, previously known as Carnegieomysis xenops, is described for the first time. The occurrence of these 3 species in the eastern Pacific Ocean greatly extends the geographical distribution of this genus eastward.

10.1163/193724095X00352
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2017-10-18

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