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ANTHURIDS FROM INTERTIDAL AND SHALLOW INFRALITTORAL WATERS FROM SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL (ISOPODA: ANTHURIDEA) 1

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ABSTRACT Four new species of isopods of the suborder Anthuridea are described from the intertidal and shallow waters of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro States, Brazil. Paranthura urochroma. new species, occurs in the Paranthuridae and three species (in two genera), Heteranthura moreirai, new species, Mesarnthura excelsa, new species, and Mesanthura callicera, new species, in the Anthuridae. The described species in the Anthuridea from Brazil are discussed and a key to the species is included. The distribution and notes on the habitat of the four new species also are furnished.

Affiliations: 1: Instituto Oceanográfico, Universidade de Sao Paulo, C. P. 9075 01000 Sao Paulo. Brazil.

10.1163/1937240X81X00221
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2017-09-24

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