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A revision of the lichomologid complex (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida), with the recognition of six new families
The superfamily Lichomolgoidea of Humes and Stock (1972, 1973) is revised to take account of the numerous new genera added since 1972, with emphasis in the new system placed more on the characteristics of the mouthparts than on swimming leg segmentation patterns. Expand
A Method for Studying the External Anatomy of Copepods
We have found lactic acid to be the best clearing agent for the preparation of temporary mounts of whole or dissected copepods. Fresh, alcoholic, or formalin fixed specimens become cleared within aExpand
A revision of the family Lichomolgidae Kossmann, 1877, cyclopoid copepods mainly associated with marine invertebrates
In the present work 76 genera are characterized, including 324 species (37 new); previously known species are recorded from 73 new hosts, and selected figures of each genus not represented by new species have been reproduced. Expand
How many copepods?
At present there are approximately 11500 known species of copepods. The number of species described during the past 27 years is nearly two-thirds of all those described in the previous 100 years.Expand
Copepoda from deep-sea hydrothermal sites and cold seeps : description of a new species of Aphotopontius from the East Pacific Rise and general distribution
Des remarques ecologiques et un tableau synoptique des 67 especes de copepodes connus a ce jour des sites hydrothermaux et des zones de suintements froids sont presentes. Expand
A New Siphonostome Family (Copepoda) Associated with a Vestimentiferan in Deep Water off California
This is the first copepod to be described from Vestimentifera in the PacIfic, and is charactenzed by a combination of several features: first antenna of the female 13-segmented and that of the male 12-se segmented, second antenna with a I-segme. Expand
Deep-sea Copepoda (Siphonostomatoida) from hydrothermal sites on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 23° and 37°N
Ten species of Dirivultidae (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida) have been found at deep-sea vent areas on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at the Snake Pit site, and near the Azores at the Lucky Strike site, depth 1,620 m. Expand
Copepoda associated with West Indian Invertebrates – IV The genera Octopicola, Pseudanthessius and Meomicola (Cyclopoida, Lichomolgidae)
This work was supported by grants from the Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Research in Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles (WOSUNA), Amsterdam, and from the National Science Foundation of the United States, Washington. Expand