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Free Content A New Species of Asellote Marine Isopod, Munna (Uromunna) Reynoldsi (Crustacea: Isopoda)

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Munna (Uromunna) reynoldsi n. sp. is described and illustrated. This species has been collected in salt marshes on the southeastern coast of the United States at Sapelo Island, Georgia, and represents the first species of the subgenus Munna (Uromunna) to be collected in the Atlantic Ocean. The paper includes a brief discussion of the genus Munna (sensu lato), as well as a revised diagnosis of the subgenus Munna (Uromunna), and a key to the known species of the subgenus.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 1966

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