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STYGIOMYSIS COKEI, NEW SPECIES, A TROGLOBITIC MYSID FROM QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO (MYSIDACEA: STYGIOMYSIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Stygiomysis cokei, the seventh species of Stygiomysidae described worldwide and fifth from the Caribbean, was discovered in coastal underwater caves near Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Comparisons are made with other stygiomysid species. Distinguishing characteristics include telson length 1.7-2.0 X width, spinules absent on uropodal protopods, and pointed membranous pleopodal lamellae. Observations are made on habitats and behavior.

10.1163/193724096X00207
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2017-10-23

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