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FEMALE AND MALE BOTRYLLOPHILUS RUBER (COPEPODA: CYCLOPOIDA) ASSOCIATED WITH THE COMPOUND ASCIDIAN BOTRYLLUS SCHLOSSERI

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ABSTRACT The female and male of Botryllophilus ruber are redescribed on the basis of specimens associated with the compound ascidian Botryllus schlosseri collected at Roscoff (Brittany, France). Morphological details of both sexes include many characteristic features that have not been presented in the original description or subsequent studies. With these features, B. ruber can easily be distinguished from the 4 other members of the female morphotype B of the genus Botryllophilus. This is the first paper in which both sexes of B. ruber have been restudied in detail.

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1999-01-01
2016-12-05

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