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FIRST RECORDS OF TEGASTES FALCATUS (NORMAN, 1868) AND T NANUS SARS, 1904 (COPEPODA: HARPACTICOIDA) FROM THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES AND A REDESCRIPTION OF T. NANUS

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ABSTRACT Tegastes falcatus (Norman, 1868) and T. nanus Sars, 1904, are reported for the first time from the east coast of the United States. Both occurred on the red alga Ptilota serrata, and T. nanus also on the kelp Laminaria digitata. Tegastes nanus is redescribed. Known living substrates of the genus Tegastes Norman, 1903, are briefly discussed.

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1990-01-01
2017-03-30

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