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ABSTRACT Recent collections from the southern part of the Bay of Biscay furnished an interesting collection of Ampeliscidae. Eighteen species were identified, among them 3 species new to science, Ampelisca parabyblisoides, Ampelisca sorbei, and Haploops gascogni, and 3 species new for this area, Ampelisca declivitatis Mills, 1967, and Haploops similis Stephensen, 1925, previously known from the northwestern Atlantic waters, and Ampelisca pusilla Sars, 1891, previously found on the coast of Norway. The presence of Ampelisca anomala Sars, 1883, in the Bay of Biscay was confirmed. We discuss here the geographical and bathymetric distribution of the Ampeliscidae from the Bay of Biscay, and their relationships with the species from Atlantic shallow and deep-sea areas.


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