An Emended Diagnosis of the Copepod Genus Pupulina ( Caligoida ) , with Descriptions of New Species and a Eedescription of the Genotype

@inproceedings{Stratton2010AnED,
  title={An Emended Diagnosis of the Copepod Genus Pupulina ( Caligoida ) , with Descriptions of New Species and a Eedescription of the Genotype},
  author={Mildred Stratton},
  year={2010}
}
  • Mildred Stratton
  • Published 2010
The caligoid copepod parasite Pupulina has been an imperfectly known genus since its discovery in 1892. The original description by van Beneden was incomplete, and attached to it, as the description of the male, was the diagnosis of an immature female of another genus. Not until 1935 was its validity definitely established, by Dr. Charles Branch Wilson, through the description of both sexes of the genotype, Pupulina flores. One subsequent record of the species has been made, thatof Bere (1936… CONTINUE READING

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