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ABSTRACT Alteuthellopsis corallina, new species (Peltidiidae), associated with the Indo-Pacific scleractinian corals Merulina ampliata, Platygyra daedala, Platygyra sp., Astreopora sp., Pocillopora damicornis var. caespitosa, Acropora exigua, and Goniastrea retiformis, is characterized by an elongate slender fifth leg armed terminally with a strong obtuse spine. Tegastes cnidicus, new species (Tegastidae), associated with the hydrozoan Aglaophenia cupressina Lamouroux in the Moluccas, is distinguished by the lack of a ventral prolongation on the genital segment of the female. With the inclusion of Tegastes georgei Marcus and Masry, 1970, and Tegastes acroporanus Humes, 1981, four species of harpacticoid copepods are now known from cnidarians in the Indo-West Pacific.

Affiliations: 1: Boston University Marine Program, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543.


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