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A collection of 40 species of opisthobranchs brought together by Dr. Marc Kempf from the northern coasts of Brazil to depths of 370 m, increases the list of Brazilian opisthobranchs (Marcus, 1964; 1969a) by 14 known and 3 new species, one of which is allotted to the new genus Percunas. The new species are Chromodoris kempfi, Hypselodoris marei, and Percunas mulciber. Twelve of the species new for Brazil previously were known from the Caribbean, one from Cape Horn, and one from the Mediterranean Sea. This account covers 24 of the species obtained.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 1970

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