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HARPACTICOIDS FROM GROUNDWATERS IN THE PHILIPPINES: PARASTENOCARIS MANGYANS, NEW SPECIES, EPACTOPHANES PHILIPPINUS, NEW SPECIES, AND REDESCRIPTION OF PHYLLOGNATHOPUS BASSOTI (COPEPODA)
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Phyllognathopus bassoti has been redescribed on the basis of new material collected from fresh and brackish water wells in Bantayan Island, thus broadening the distribution and the ecology of the species, which had been previously collected only in a lake in Papua New Guinea. Expand
First Record of Parastenocarididae from Thailand and Description of a New Genus (Copepoda: Harpacticoida)
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The apomorphic characters of Asiacaris are represented by the sexual dimorphism of P2 (stronger in male than in female), the fusion of the P5 to the intercoxal sclerite and to the somite and, mostly, by the overall transformation of P4 in the male, which is the longest and strongest leg. Expand
A New Species of the Genus Paralaophontodes (Crustacea, Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from Interstitial Waters of Mindoro Island (The Philippines)
A new species of interstitial Ancoraboliclae, Paralaophontodes elegans n. sp. from the Philip­ pine Islands (Mindoro Island) is described. The new species is particularly characterized by the dorsalExpand
Interstitial Ancorabolidae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) From Macquarie Island: Tapholaophontodes Remotus N. Sp. and Algensiella Boitanii N. Gen., N. Sp
[Description de Tapholaophontodes remotus n. sp. et d'Algensiella boitanii n. gen., n. sp., Harpacticoides recoltes dans les eaux souterraines littorales de l'Ile Macquarie. T. remotus n. sp. seExpand
Chirocephalus murae, a new species (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) from Turkey
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A previously unknown species of chirocephalid anostracan from Turkey is presented and described, characterized by the morphology of the male second antenna and the ornamentation of the female trunk. Expand
Description of the first marine interstitial ingolfiellid from Philippines, Ingolfiella alba sp. nov., with some remarks on the systematic of the genus (Amphipoda: Ingolfiellidae)
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The description of a new Ingolfiella of littoral interstitial water, the first finding amongIngolfiellidea for Philippines is presented and the new taxon shares a high number of features with I. xarifae Ruffo, 1966, described from Maldive Islands. Expand
Harpacticoida (Crustacea, Copepoda) from subterranean waters of Bue Marino cave, Sardinia, and St. Barthélémy cave, Corsica, and description of three new species
Three new species of harpacticoid copepods are described and discussed. Nitocrella beatricis n. sp. has been collected in different hyporheic sites in Sardinia and in two caves (<<BueMarino» cave inExpand
Studies on Subterranean Copepods from Italy, with Descriptions of Two New Epikarstic Species from a Cave in Sicily
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The geology, lithology, and hydrology of the cave suggest that all of the copepods collected in the pools were dislodged from the epikarst and were carried by dripping water into the pools. Expand
First record of Parastenocarididae (Crustacea, Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from subterranean freshwater of insular Greece and description of two new species
The genus Parastenocaris, new for Greece, has been discovered in the hyporheic habitat of Kos and Kythira Island with two new species, that are described and discussed in this work. ParastenocarisExpand
Parastenocaris lorenzae n.sp., and first record of Parastenocaris glacialis Noodt (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from Italy
Parastenocaris lorenzae n.sp. is described from rhithrostygal of the Sangro river (Abruzzo, Central Italy). Parastenocaris glacialis Noodt, 1952 is for the first time recorded from Italy. TheExpand
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