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Two New Species of Clausidiidae (Copepoda, Poecilostomatoida) from Korea
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 Title & Authors
Two New Species of Clausidiidae (Copepoda, Poecilostomatoida) from Korea
Hwang, Hosung; Lee, Jimin; Kim, Il-Hoi;
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 Abstract
Two new species of Clausidiidae, each belonging to the genera Clausidium Kossmann, 1875 and Hippomolgus G. O. Sars, 1917, are described from Korea. Clausidium maximus n. sp. is an associate of a burrowing decapod of the genus Callianassa living on the Korean coast of the Yellow Sea and has, as diagnostic characters, two inner setae on the second endopodal segment of legs 2-4, nine elements on the third exopodal segment of leg 4, an inner seta on the second exopodal segment of male leg 1, and a relatively large body size, exceeding 2.0 mm in the female. Hippomolgus limiticus n. sp. was found in the bottom sediments in the East China Sea. It is similar to H. furcifer G. O. Sars, but distinghuishable from the latter species by having shorter caudal rami, 4-segmented female maxilliped, and inner coxal spine (instead of seta) on legs 2 and 3. This is the first record on the genera Clausidium and Hippomolgus in the West Pacific.
 Keywords
Clausidium maximus n. sp.;Hippomolgus limiticus n. sp.;Korea;
 Language
English
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