A Systematic Revision of the Deep-Sea Subfamily Lipomerinæ of the Isopod Crustacean Family Munnopsidæ

@inproceedings{Wilson1989ASR,
  title={A Systematic Revision of the Deep-Sea Subfamily Lipomerin{\ae} of the Isopod Crustacean Family Munnopsid{\ae}},
  author={George D. F. Wilson},
  year={1989}
}
The fully natatory families of the janiroidean Asellota, the munnopsids sensu lato, include a group of genera that blurs the distinction between the Ilyarachnidae and the Eurycopidae. This work determines the interrelationships of the ilyarachnid-like eurycopids, and shows that they are a monophyletic group. In so doing, the family-level systematics of the munnopsids is revised. The ilyarachnid-like eurycopids are assigned to a newly constituted subfamily, the Lipomerinae, and five genera are… Expand
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