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TWO NEW SPECIES OF NOTODELPHYID COPEPODS, DOROIXYS BISPINOSA AND PYTHODELPHYS ILLGI, FROM THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA

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ABSTRACT Two new species of the family Notodelphyidae (Copepoda: Cyclopoida), Doroixys bispinosa, new species, and Pythodelphys illgi, new species, are described on the basis of females collected in the Puerto Peñasco region, Sonora, Mexico. These copepods are associated with compound ascidians. Doroixys bispinosa differs from its 2 congeners in having 2 hornlike processes at each posterolateral corner of the cephalosome. Pythodelphys illgi is unlike the only other species in the genus in having a mandible that lacks the coxal masticatory portion. Both species are the first ascidicolous copepods to be described from the Gulf of California. The diagnosis for the genus Doroixys is broadened. Generic affiliations for the 2 new species are discussed.

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2016-12-09

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