First Record of Parastenocarididae from Thailand and Description of a New Genus (Copepoda: Harpacticoida)

@inproceedings{Cottarelli2010FirstRO,
  title={First Record of Parastenocarididae from Thailand and Description of a New Genus (Copepoda: Harpacticoida)},
  author={V. Cottarelli and M. Bruno and R. Berera},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Asiacaris n. gen. is described to accommodate Asiacaris dispar n. sp., collected in the interstitial of the banks of a river on Pha-ngan Island, in the Gulf of Thailand. Asiacaris belongs to Parastenocarididae Chappuis, 1940, based on the following characters: leg 3 sexually dimorphic, modified in the male into a grasping organ; presence of sexual dimorphism on the endopod of leg 4; presence of a dorsal integumental window on cephalothorax and dorso-elliptical integumental windows on… Expand
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