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Agnathobathynella ecclesi gen. n., sp. n. aus Malawi und die Formenvielfalt der Familie Bathynellidae (Crustacea, Bathynellacea)

@inproceedings{Schminke1980AgnathobathynellaEG,
  title={Agnathobathynella ecclesi gen. n., sp. n. aus Malawi und die Formenvielfalt der Familie Bathynellidae (Crustacea, Bathynellacea)},
  author={H. Schminke},
  year={1980}
}
Agnathobathynella ecclesi gen. n., sp. n. is described from interstitial waters of a stream in Malawi (Africa). There are several unique features characterizing the new genus: mandibles without cutting part, paragnaths extremely elongated, teeth and setae of the maxillula and also the maxilla specialized in various ways, 8th male thoracopod without penis, thoracopods 1 to 7 with 3-segmented endopodites and very reduced setation. Probable relationships between the new genus and Nannobathynella… 
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