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THE NEOTROPICAL GENUS POTAMOCARIS DUSSART (COPEPODA: HARPACTICOIDA: PARASTENOCARIDIDAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW SPECIES

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ABSTRACT The diagnosis of the South American parastenocaridid harpacticoid genus Potamocaris Dussart, 1979, is extended. "Parastenocaris" dentata Dussart, 1979, is synonymized with Potamocarisbifida Dussart, 1979; species included in the genus for the first time are Parastenocaris bidens Noodt, 1955, and Parastenocaris bidentata and Parastenocaris tridentata Dussart, 1981. Two new species, Potamocaris cuiabaensis and P. estevesi, are described from Brazil. Members of the genus appear to be confined to sand substrates in the drainage basins of the Rio Parana and smaller coastal rivers in southern Brazil and northern Argentina.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Invertebrate Zoology/NHB- 163, National Museum of Natural History, Smithson- ian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560.

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2017-08-19

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