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TIRON TRIOCELLATUS, A NEW SPECIES OF AMPHIPOD (GAMMARIDEA: SYNOPIIDAE) FROM THE WESTERN ATLANTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO

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ABSTRACT A synopiid amphipod, Tiron triocellatus, new species, is described from shelf waters off North Carolina, West Florida, and Alabama. The new species, which occurs sympatrically with Tiron tropakis Barnard, 1972, is characterized by having three ommatidia in the accessory eye and lacking spines on the telson. Tiron triocellatus appears to be most closely related to T. brevidactylus Pillai, 1957, and T. spinifer (Stimpson, 1853), and ranges from Wilmington, North Carolina, to Mobile in the Gulf of Mexico on substrata of coarse sand.

Affiliations: 1: Barry A. Vittor & Associates, Inc., 8100 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, Alabama 36609.

10.1163/1937240X82X00149
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2017-09-26

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