Pleomothra Apletocheles and Godzilliognomus Frondosus, Two New Genera and Species of Remipede Crustaceans (Godzilliidae) from Anchialine Caves of the Bahamas
Two new genera and species of the crustacean class Remipedia, Pleomothra apletocheles and Godzilliognomus frondosus, are described from anchialine caves on Abaco and Grand Bahama Island in the northern Bahamas. The new taxa are placed in the family Godzilliidae. The familial characters are revised, and a key to all species is included.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 1989
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