NEW HARPACTICOIDA (COPEPODA) FROM THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN.IV. FOUR NEW SPECIES OF THE FAMILIES DIOSACCIDAE, AMEIRIDAE, AND ANCORABOLIDAE BY GERD SCHRIEVER Zoologisches Museum der Universität Kiel, Hegewischstr. 3, D-2300 Kiel 1, Fed. Rep. Germany INTRODUCTION The new harpacticoids dealt with in this paper, were collected in 1966 during cruise 98 of F.R.V. "Anton Dohrn" at the Iceland-Faroer-Ridge by Dr. Hjalmar Thiel of the University of Hamburg. A description of the aims of the expedition is given by Thiel (1971), and information about material and methods is presented by Schriever (1982a). SYSTEMATIC SECTION The nomenclature and descriptive terminology adopted is that of Lang (1948, 1965). All figures have been prepared with the aid of a camera lucida. The male of Thieliella nordatlantica Schriever, 1982, is described here for the first time, as well as the following four species, all new to science: Haloschizopera bathyalis n. sp., Pseudameira antennulata n. sp., Pseudameira trisetosa n. sp., and Thieliella endopodita n. sp. Family DIOSACCIDAE Sars, 1906 Genus Haloschizopera Lang, 1948 Haloschizopera bathyalis n. sp. (figs. 1-4) Material. - 1 Q , 10': 9 holotype, prep. on slide, A1-Fu, ZMK-Cop. No. 1309; 1 o' allotype, prep. on slide, Al-Fu, ZMK-Cop. No. 1310. Type
Crustaceana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1984
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