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The isopod parasites (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) of decapod Crustacea of Queensland, Australia, with descriptions of three new species.

@article{Markham2010TheIP,
  title={The isopod parasites (Crustacea: Isopoda: Bopyridae) of decapod Crustacea of Queensland, Australia, with descriptions of three new species.},
  author={John C. Markham and Peter J. F. Davie and Julie A. Phillips},
  journal={Memoirs of the Queensland museum},
  year={2010},
  volume={54},
  pages={151-197}
}
Thirty species of Bopyridae in 25 genera and six subfamilies are listed for Queensland, of which 13 represent new state records, and eight are new to the Australian fauna. Of these, three new species are described: Scyracepon australiana sp. nov., infesting the crab Australoplax tridentata (A. Milne Edwards); Athelges ankistron sp. nov., infesting the hermit crab Diogenes pallescens Whitelegge; and Diplophryxus negrimaculatus sp. nov. infesting the palaemonid shrimp Phycomenes zostericola Bruce… 
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