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Poecilostomatoid Copepods from an Intertidal Mud Flat in the Yellow Sea

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Thirteen new species and one new genus of poecilostomatoid copepods are described from intertidal mud flats in the central west coast of the Korean Peninsula facing the Yellow Sea. Nine species are found in association with invertebrates: Hemicyclops ventriplanus n. sp. from the decapod crustacean Upogebia major (De Haan); Clausia lobata n. sp. from the polychaete Marphysa sanguinea (Montagu); Presynaptiphilus minutus n. sp. from the ophiuroid Amphiura sinicola (Matsumoto); Synaptiphilus longicaudus n. sp. and Enterophilus cercomegalus n. gen. et n. sp. from the holothurian Protankyra bidentata (Woodward and Barrett); Goidelia pelliviva n. sp. from an echiuroid Thalassema sp.; Lichomolgus bullatus n. sp. from the bivalve Striarca (Didimacar) tenebrica (Reeve); Critomolgus nudus n. sp. from the pennatulacean Virgularia gustaviana (Herklots); and Notoxynus tertius n. sp. from the sea anemone Cerianthus filiformis Carlgren. The other four species are found in stagnant water on the mud flat: Kelleria vaga n. sp., Macrochiron anormalum n. sp., Pseudomacrochiron urostenum n. sp. and Pseudanthessius dentatus n. sp.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2000

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