Two new cumaceans (Crustacea: Peracarida) from the South-West Atlantic with remarks on the problematic genus Holostylis Stebbing, 1912

@article{Roccatagliata2015TwoNC,
  title={Two new cumaceans (Crustacea: Peracarida) from the South-West Atlantic with remarks on the problematic genus Holostylis Stebbing, 1912},
  author={Daniel Roccatagliata and Natalia A. Alberico},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity},
  year={2015},
  volume={46},
  pages={163 - 181}
}
In 1912-13, Stebbing erected the genera Holostylis and Ekdiastylis for those diastylids with the endopod of the uropods being one- and two-segmented, respectively. The validity of the genus Holostylis is still controversial and the genus Ekdiastylis continues to be suppressed. In the present contribution, two new diastylids are fully described and illustrated: one of them has the endopod of the uropod one-segmented, Holostylis uniramosa n. sp., and the other has the endopod of the uropod two… 

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