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TWO ASCIDICOLID COPEPODS, BOTRYLLOPHILUS MACROPUS CANU AND B. NORVECICUS SCHELLENBERG, FROM BRITISH WATERS

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ABSTRACT Botryllophilusmacropus Canu, 1891, and B. norvegicus Schellenberg, 1921, are redescribed and illustrated on the basis of female specimens collected near the mouth of the Firth of Forth, Scotland. The anatomical details presented in this paper deal with all of the diagnostic features of the morphotypes (Ooishi and Illg, 1988) to which these species belong. (B. macropus belongs to Type B, and B. norvegicus to Type A.) Descriptions by previous authors have been corrected. In addition, symbiotic copepodids of B. macropus are described for the first time. The present study will be helpful in solving some taxonomic problems that remain in the genus Botryllophilus.

10.1163/193724096X00360
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2017-12-16

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