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DEEP-WATER CAPRELLIDS (AMPHIPODA: CAPRELLIDEA) FROM THE BAY OF BISCAY: A NEW SPECIES AND A NEW LOCALITY RECORD

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ABSTRACT Two species of caprellids collected in deep-water samples from the southern Bay of Biscay are reported herein. One, Parvipalpus major, has not previously been recorded outside the Mediterranean. The second is a new species in the genus Protoaeginella. Sampling methods and ecological data are given for each species.

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2016-12-09

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