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A New Deep-Water Genus and Species of a Branchial Bopyrid Infesting the Galatheid Crab Munidopsis Erinaceus from the Southwestern Gulf of Mexico

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Abstract A new genus and species, Galathocrypta acaudata, infesting the galatheid Munidopsis erinaceus is described based on a pair collected from the outer continental slope off the Coatzacoalcos River, southwestern Gulf of Mexico, at a depth of 502 m. The female in the new genus differs from those of its most similar genera Pseudione, Pleurocryptella, and Parapleurocryptella in having a maxilliped with an unarticulated palp and no uropods. Males of Galathocrypta acaudata lack pereomeral ventral tubercules, maxillipedal palps, pleopods, and uropods.

10.1163/20021975-99990234
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2017-08-18

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