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CYCLASPIS BACESCUI, NEW SPECIES (CUMACEA: BODOTRIIDAE) FROM THE EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO

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ABSTRACT Cyclaspis bacescui, new species, is described from specimens collected from the eastern Gulf of Mexico at depths of 11 to 53 m. The new species is most similar to Cyclaspis costata Calman, 1904, and Cyclaspis strigilis Hale, 1944, but differs from them by (1) the relative shape and dimensions of the carapace, (2) the relative lengths and spination of the thoracic appendages, and (3) the spination of the uropodal endopod and exopod.

Affiliations: 1: (PEO) Department of Biology, University of Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama 35294; present address: Dauphin Island Sea Lab, P.O. Box 369-370, Dauphin Island, Alabama 36528;; 2: (RWH) Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564.

10.1163/1937240X82X00112
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2017-07-25

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