|Coral-inhabiting copepods from the Moluccas, with a synopsis of cyclopoids associated with scleractinian corals|
Humes, A.G. (1979). Coral-inhabiting copepods from the Moluccas, with a synopsis of cyclopoids associated with scleractinian corals. Cah. Biol. Mar. 20(1): 77-107
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
The author records six coral-inhabiting copepods from the Moluccas: Mycoxynus villosus sp. nov., associated with Herpolitha limax; Anchimolgus digitatus, with Goniopora tenuidens; Anchimolgus tener, with Fungia echinata and Parahalomitra robusta; Panjakus hydnophorae, with Hydnophora exesa; Monomolgus baculigerus sp. nov., with Porites nigrescens and Kombia imminens sp. nov. with Porites (Synaraea) monticulosa. A synopsis of cyclopoids associated with scleractinians contain about 102 copepods and 99 hosts.