New species of the genus Zeuxo (Peracarida, Tanaidacea)

@article{Larsen2014NewSO,
  title={New species of the genus Zeuxo (Peracarida, Tanaidacea)},
  author={K. Larsen},
  journal={Crustaceana},
  year={2014},
  volume={87},
  pages={715-754}
}
Two new species of Zeuxo Templeton, 1840 are described, one from Korea (Z. koreaensis), belonging to the Z. normani (Richardson, 1905) species complex, and one from Turkey (Z. turkensis). Two other Zeuxo species (Z. exsargasso Sieg, 1980 and Z. holdichi Bamber, 1990) are redescribed. The species Z. paranormani Sieg, 1980 is demoted to a junior synonym of Z. normani, while the ‘Zeuxo normani’ from Australia is raised to full species rank under the name Z. edgari. 
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