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AMATHIMYSIS BRATTEGARDI, A NEW PERACARID (CRUSTACEA: MYSIDACEA) FROM CONTINENTAL SHELF WATERS OFF TAMPA BAY, FLORIDA

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ABSTRACT An undescribed species of mysid belonging to the genus Amathimysis was obtained from box core samples taken at 11 to 45 m depth off Tampa Bay, Florida. This new species, Amathimysis brattegardi, can be distinguished from the three other species of Amathimysis by the presence of strong posteriorly directed mucronations on the abdominal pleura and spination of the telson. The description of A. brattegardi, new species, and a key to the species of Amathimysis are presented.

Affiliations: 1: Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564.

10.1163/1937240X81X00276
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2017-12-11

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