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PETRARCA OKADAI, A NEW CRUSTACEAN (MAXILLOPODA: ASCOTHORACICA) FROM THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, THE FIRST SHALLOW-WATER RECORD OF THE GENUS

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ABSTRACT Petrarcaokadai, new species, an ascothoracican crustacean from Lizard Island, Australia, endosymbiotic within the solitary coral Heteropsammia michelina Milne-Edwards, is described. It is compared to its only described congener, P. bathyactidis Fowler. Discussions of internal anatomy, sexuality, and ecology are included. The biogeographic importance of this new species, in light of its shallow habitat and other recent finds of Petrarca-infested corals, is notable.

Affiliations: 1: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, A-008, University of California. San Diego, La Jolla, California 92093.

10.1163/1937240X81X00195
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2017-09-22

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