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MANGROVE SWAMP-INHABITING HARPACTICOIDA OF THE FAMILY DARCYTHOMPSONIIDAE LANG

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ABSTRACT Harpacticoida of the family Darcythompsoniidae from the mangal ecosystems of Sinai, Brasil, Netherlands Antilles, and Florida are analysed. A new genus and species, Kristensenia pallida, from Bonaire, as well as two new species, are described: Darcythomspsonia radans from Sinai (also found in Brasil and Curaçao) and Leptocaris mangalis from Sinai (also found in Brasil and Florida). Some general comments are made on the relation of these genera to the decaying mangrove leaves as well as on the family Darcythompsoniidae.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 91904 Jerusalem, Israel

10.1163/1937240X83X00454
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2017-11-21

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