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SPELAEOECIA BERMUDENSIS, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES, A HALOCYPRID OSTRACOD FROM MARINE CAVES IN BERMUDA

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ABSTRACT Specimens of a new halocyprid belonging to the recently erected primitive subfamily Deeveyinae (Kornicker and Iliffe, 1985) have been taken at depths of 0-20 m in eight anchialine caves on Bermuda. The specimens, while showing some close similarities to Deeveya spiralis Kornicker and Iliffe, 1985, are sufficiently distinct to be ascribed to a new genus. While Deeveya has a carapace morphology typical of benthic forms, the carapace of Spelaeoecia is very similar to that of oceanic planktonic halocyprids and so may be close to their ancestral type.

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1987-01-01
2016-12-08

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