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LYSIANASSIDAE (AMPHIPODA: LYSIANASSOIDEA) OF BERMUDA

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ABSTRACT Two new species of lysianassids are described from Bermuda. Collection data suggest that Ensayara entrichoma is a pioneer species; these data, combined with morphological features, suggest also that it is an inquiline species. Shoemakerella lowryi is a primarily benthic species that is most often associated with the adhering sediment of algal holdfasts in shallow, subtidal, low-energy environments. The discovery of a species of Ensayara from Bermuda extends the range of this genus. The new species of Shoemakerella supports the validity of this former monotypic genus. The only other lysianassid recorded from Bermuda, Lysianassa punctata, is identified as S. lowryi.

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2017-10-17

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