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FIRST RECORD OF FAIRY SHRIMP FROM BELIZE, AND A COMPARISON OF CYST-SHELL MORPHOLOGY IN THE NEW WORLD MEMBERS OF THE STREPTOCEPHALUS SEALII SPECIES GROUP (ANOSTRACA: STREPTOCEPHALIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Anostraca are recorded for the first time from Belize, and for the second time from Central America. The Belizean Streptocephalus similis occupies a thermal refuge from insect predators. Cyst-shell morphologies in the New World members of the Streptcephalus sealii species group are described. They indicate a closer relationship between S. sealii and S. woottoni than between either species and S. similis.

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2016-12-07

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