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Acanthonotozomella rauscherti (Amphipoda; Acanthonotozomellidae), a new species from the Antarctic Ocean
Coleman, C.O.; Jäger, I. (2001). Acanthonotozomella rauscherti (Amphipoda; Acanthonotozomellidae), a new species from the Antarctic Ocean. J. Crust. Biol. 21(2): 475-483
In: Journal of Crustacean Biology. Crustacean Society: Washington. ISSN 0278-0372, more
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  • Coleman, C.O.
  • Jäger, I.

Abstract
    A new species of amphipod crustacean (Acanthonotozomellidae) from the deep-sea of the Drake Passage is described in detail. Its main chacteristics that are unique for this species are: slender dorsal carinae on pereon on pleon; small cuticular teeth all over the dorsal surface, the carinae and the coxal plates; coxa 1 with deeply excavate apex.

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