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ON THE IDENTITY OF SPENCEBATEA ABYSSICOLA (CUMACEA), WITH ADDITIONAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE GENERA ALLIED TO PROCAMPYLASPIS

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Les Watling

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ABSTRACT In 1879 Norman described Spencebatea abyssicola, new genus, new species, on the basis of a single specimen from a deep-sea site off Ireland. The species was transferred to the genus Cumella by Stebbing in 1913, where it has remained. A reexamination of the specimen indicated that it belongs to the genus Procampylaspis, since it possesses the recurved, tooth-bearing dactyl on maxilliped 2 which characterizes the genus. Seven other genera also exhibit modified dactyls on maxilliped 2, and, in addition, have styliform mandible molars, thus forming a coherent group within the family Nannastacidae.

10.1163/193724098X00214
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2017-08-16

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