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Acanthonotozomella Rauscherti (Amphipoda, Acanthonotozomellidae), a New Species from the Antarctic Ocean

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Abstract A new species of amphipod crustacean (Acanthonotozomellidae) from the deep-sea of the Drake Passage is described in detail. Its main characteristics that are unique for this species are: slender dorsal carinae on pereon on pleon; small cuticular teeth all over the dorsal surface, the carinae and the coxal plates; coxa 1 with deeply excavate apex.

Affiliations: 1: a Museum für Naturkunde, Institut für Systematische Zoologie, Invalidenstraße 43, D-10115 Berlin, F.R.G.


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