Pseudione overstreeti, New Species (Isopoda: Epicaridea: Bopyridae), A Parasite of Callichirus islagrande (Decapoda: Anomura: Callianassidae) from the Gulf of Mexico

@inproceedings{Adkison1995PseudioneON,
  title={Pseudione overstreeti, New Species (Isopoda: Epicaridea: Bopyridae), A Parasite of Callichirus islagrande (Decapoda: Anomura: Callianassidae) from the Gulf of Mexico},
  author={Daniel L. Adkison and Richard W. Heard},
  year={1995}
}
Pseudione overstreeti, new species, is a common bopyrid that infests the branchial chamber of the beach ghost shrimp, Callichirus islagrande, occurring along beaches of the Gulf of Mexico from Cape San Blas, Florida to Paraiso, Tabasco. Mexico. Like other members of the genus Pseudwne that infest callianassid shrimps, the female of P. overstreeti is characterized by biramous terminal appendages which result from the combination of uniramous uropods with the closely associated lateral plates of… CONTINUE READING