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PROSCINA VINOGRADOVI, NEW SPECIES, AND CHELOSCINA ANTENNULA, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES (AMPHIPODA; HYPERIIDEA: PROSCINIDAE) FROM THE EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC

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ABSTRACT Two new species of the Proscinidae collected from the eastern North Pacific are described. Proscina vinogradovi is distinct from all other species of the genus by the propodus of pereiopod 2 with a palm, and by the broad carpus of pereiopod 7. A key to all known species of Proscina is presented. Cheloscina antennula is different from all known species of the family by the prehensile pereiopods 1 and 2, and by the segmentation and presence of 2 long large aesthetascs on antenna 1.

10.1163/193724096X00630
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2017-11-22

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