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ISMAILAOCCULTA, A NEW SPECIES OF POECILOSTOMATOID COPEPOD PARASITIC IN A DENDRONOTID NUDIBRANCH FROM CALIFORNIA

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ABSTRACT Ismaila occulta, new species, a poecilostomatoid copepod of the family Splanchnotrophidae, is described based on specimens recovered within the cerata of a giant red nudibranch, Dendronotus iris Cooper, collected from Alamitos Bay in Long Beach, California. Problems in uniting Ismaila. Micrallecto, Nannnallecto and Splanchnotrophus under the Splanchnotrophidae and the systematic status of the family are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, California State University, Long Beach, California 90840

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