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TERRESTRIAL ISOPOD CRUSTACEANS FROM FLORIDA (ONISCOIDEA). TYLIDAE, LIGIIDAE, HALOPHILOSCIIDAE, PHILOSCIIDAE, AND RHYSCOTIDAE

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ABSTRACT This study reports the species of five families of terrestrial isopod crustaceans (oniscoids) from Florida. Twelve species including three each of Tylos and Ligia and one each of Ligidium, Vandeloscia, Sayoscia, Rhyscotus, and a new genus, Floridoscia (with a new species), are included. Another common species from Florida. Philoscia floridana Van Name. is placed in a new genus, Ocelloscia. Illustrations, notes on habitat, and distribution maps are included for all 12 species.

Affiliations: 1: (GAS) 15 Smith St., Hampton, New Jersey 08827; (CJ) Department of Zoology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611

10.1163/1937240X84X00156
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2017-09-22

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