Thaumaleus Quintanarooensis, a New Monstrilloid Copepod from the Mexican Coasts of the Caribbean Sea
A new species of a monstrilloid copepod is described from the coastal waters of eastern Yucatan, Mexico. It is placed in the genus Thaumaleus by the presence of two abdominal segments. Characters are provided for distinguishing the new species from Congeners.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1994-03-01
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