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Telestacicola turgipes n. sp. (Copepoda, Poecilostomatoida, Rhynchomolgidae) Associated with Basket Stars (Ophiuroidea, Euryalida) from Korea
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Telestacicola turgipes n. sp. (Copepoda, Poecilostomatoida, Rhynchomolgidae) Associated with Basket Stars (Ophiuroidea, Euryalida) from Korea
Kim, Il-Hoi; Chang, Cheon Young;
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 Abstract
A new species of Telestacicola Humes and Stock, 1972 (Copepoda, Rhynchomolgidae) is described as an associate of basket stars (Ophiuroidea) from Korea. The new species Telestacicola turgipes closely resembles T. angoti Humes and Stock, 1973, but is differentiated from the latter species and other congeners by a characteristic exopod of female leg 5 in which the middle of inner margin is protruded, with an angular apex. Doridicola connexus Humes, 1986 and D. micropus Humes, 1973, both associated with a basket star, are transferred to the genus Telestacicola, while Telestacicola sertus Humes, 1978 associated with a hydroid is removed to the genus Pseudomacrochiron Reddiah, 1969 in the Macrochironidae. A key to seven species of Telestacicola is provided.
 Keywords
association;Astroboa;Copepoda;new species;Rhynchomolgidae;Telestacicola;
 Language
English
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