First Record of Bogidiellidae (Crustacea, Amphipoda) from the Pacific: Bogidiella (Xystriogidiella N. Subgen.) Capricornea New Species from the Great Barrier Reef
A new species of Bogidiella (Amphipoda, Bogidiellidae), belonging to a new subgenus, is described as B. (Xystriogidiella) capricornea. It was found in coral sand at low tide in Heron Island, Capricorn group, Great Barrier Reef, and it represents the first member of the family Bogidiellidae to be found in the Pacific.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1984-05-01
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