Studies on the Crustacea of the Turks and Caicos Islands, British West Indies I. Four New Marine Isopod Crustaceans from the Vicinity of Pine Cay
Four undescribed species of shallow-water marine isopods were recently collected in the vicinity of Pine Cay in the western Caicos Islands. These are described and include the anthurid Licranthura tuberculata, possessing a tuberculate third article of the antenna and a rounded distolateral angle of the uropodal exopod; the anthurid Mesanthura spongicoia, which has a distinctive color pattern, distinctly attenuated body, and 5-7 spines on the third article of the mandibular palp; The paranthurid Califanthura minuta, a tiny (1.6 mm) species having a reduced, triangular uropodal exopod; and the stenetriid asellote Stenetrium caicosensis, which has a pronounced lobe on the merus of pereopod 1 in the male.
Kensley, B. and R. W. Heard.
Studies on the Crustacea of the Turks and Caicos Islands, British West Indies I. Four New Marine Isopod Crustaceans from the Vicinity of Pine Cay.
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